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Pams recall frozen berries nationwide after hepatitis A outbreak

Pams frozen berries news

Foodstuffs brand Pams have recalled several products of frozen berries following an outbreak of Hepatitis A linked to the products.

The products are being removed from all PAKn’SAVE, New World and Four Square stores nationwide.

12 people have been infected with the disease so far, with a total of 7 hospitalised.

The list of products recalled is:

  • Pams Frozen Mixed Berries 500g
  • Pams Frozen Two Berry Mix 1kg
  • Pams Frozen Two Berry Mix 750g
  • Pams Frozen Smoothie Berry Mix 500g
  • Pams Raspberries 500g
  • Pams Raspberries 350g

Shoppers are advised to return products to the store of purchase for a full refund.

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  1. We need to know the country of origin. I suspect these are from south american countries.
    We expect all our good food cheaply and then import poor quality food and pay huge price for them (which is twice or more of the export price of our own product). Supermarket duopoly is leading to unaffordable prices for local consumers and they atre simply robbing us. If we benchmark NZ grocery prices with UK, you will find we are paying 2 to 3 times more. The same story in Australia. Colonies cannot have a higher standard of living you know.

  2. Have they ran a conclusive test on the berries? No mention of testing, or referencing to test results as yet. Liver damage is one of the side effects of the safe and effective shot


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