A Burbank man has sued Costco, claiming he got hepatitis A from frozen berries that have been linked to illnesses in eight states.
A 52-year-old man has become the latest person to sue Costco after allegedly contracting hepatitis A from frozen berries he purchased at the warehouse chain’s Burbank store.
Ventura health officials Wednesday confirmed the county’s first documented case of hepatitis A associated with a frozen berry blend sold at Costco.
A woman sued Costco Monday after she allegedly contracted hepatitis A from frozen berries she purchased at the warehouse chain’s Lakewood store.
Health officials planned to offer free hepatitis A vaccines at several clinics throughout the city this weekend in the wake of a multistate outbreak of infections possibly linked to frozen berries.
Officials with the California Department of Public Health say at least six cases of Hepatitis A in California re linked to frozen berries sold at Costco.