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    Quote Originally Posted by Soon2be4 View Post
    Coles brand Australian blueberries from frozen section only ones I buy. Wish we could afford fresh $$ !
    This is what we buy too. We get three packets a week

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    Quote Originally Posted by Soon2be4 View Post
    Coles brand Australian blueberries from frozen section only ones I buy. Wish we could afford fresh $$ !
    I buy the Coles brand strawberries for my smoothies. they're safe aren't they?

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    I buy whichever ones are cheapest.
    Hep A happens in Australia too.

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    I must be the only person not worried about the berries. All of us are vaccinated against hep A anyway.

    Meh. I eat street food wherever I travel and never get sick.

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    I've been immunized against hep a from previous travel anyway so not too bothered lol

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    I buy the frozen ones from my local farmers market I think the brand is Adam & Eva or something like that but they too are a product of Chile.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lolly007 View Post
    I buy the Coles brand strawberries for my smoothies. they're safe aren't they?
    I'm not sure? I just look at where they are from and this one is produce of Australia. I think the strawberries are still Chile or China?

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    Quote Originally Posted by monnie24 View Post
    This is what we buy too. We get three packets a week
    Yep 3 for $10 it's a smaller packet but meh - we eat berries everyday.

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    I'm not worried either. I'm more worried about catching the flu etc lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rose&Aurelia View Post
    I must be the only person not worried about the berries. All of us are vaccinated against hep A anyway.

    Meh. I eat street food wherever I travel and never get sick.
    Nope. I was never particularly concerned myself. I had a packet of the recalled ones (though, I'm sure they were processed before the contaminated lot) that had been sitting in my freezer for about a year. We polished them off instead of returning them. We'd been having them in smoothies and cakes for that whole time and nothing had happened. I now buy the woolies ones because they're cheaper.

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