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Dole Diversified North America Inc. has voluntarily recalled a limited number of cases of its fresh blueberries due to potential Cyclospora contamination.

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According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Cyclosporiasis is an intestinal infection – easily treated by antibiotics – caused by the Cyclospora parasite, typically ingested via contaminated food or water. Common symptoms include severe abdominal pain, diarrhea, nausea and vomiting, body aches and fatigue.

No illnesses linked to potential contamination have been reported, and no other Dole products are included in the recall, the company stated.

The impacted products were sold in Illinois, Maine, New York, Wisconsin and two Canadian provinces, Alberta and British Columbia, the company stated.

Consumers are advised to discard any product with the UPC codes listed below:

  • 18-ounce clamshell package with UPC code 0 71430 01154 6
  • Pint clamshell packed with UPC code 0 71430 01151 5
  • 6-ounce clamshell package with UPC code 07143001150 8
  • 24-ounce clamshell package with UPC code 071430011155 3

Click here to see the affected “pack out dates” and lot codes.