CANADA: Capers grocery stores linked to hepatitis A warning
The Vancouver coastal health authorities have issued a hepatitis A warning in connection with three Capers grocery stores. Shoppers are being urged to get an emergency injection against the virus. Consumers who bought Capers' brand peanut sauce, barbecue sauce or salad dressing are urged to throw them away. Additionally, anyone who ate salads, wraps, coleslaw, bocconcini or vegetarian panini at any Capers deli 13-16 March are being urged to get the free hepatitis vaccination.
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