Caution: Hepatitis A virus found in frozen fruit mix

A frozen fruit mix that has been found to contain hepatitis A virus has been withdrawn from the market by the Unified Food Control Agency (EFET).

Through the Early Warning System for Unfit Foods and Feeds (RASFF), a commercially available frozen fruit mix (Belgian supplier company “ARDO ARDOOIE NV”) containing hepatitis A virus was disseminated. After further An investigation by EFET found the following:

a) a product with the trade name “ARDO FRUITBERRY MIX” and an expiration date preferably until 11/11/2024, in a 1 kg package, the company “MART KAS & KARY ANONYMI EMPORIKI ETERIA SA”.

b) products with the trademark “ARDO FRUITBERRY MIX” and expiration date preferably until 11/05/2024, in a package of 2.5 kg, which were distributed by the following companies:

  1. METRO S.A.
  2. “IOSIF” MAKRIDAKIS SA”
  3. “GOGGAKIS SA”.

The Unified Food Control Agency has requested a withdrawal of the products in question from the sales market. At the same time, relevant checks are already being carried out. EFET urges consumers who have purchased the above products not to consume them.



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