By CBSNewYork Team

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Dole is recalling packages of fresh blueberries that were sold in New York and three other states because they may be contaminated with a parasite.

The affected products were sold in 6-ounce, 18-ounce, 24-ounce and pint containers.

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Dole is recalling packages of fresh blueberries that were sold in New York and three other states because they may be contaminated with a parasite. (Credit: FDA)

To view a list of the recalled products’ UPCs and lot codes, click here.

The U.S. Food & Drug Administration says the recall is due to a possible Cyclospora contamination on the blueberries.

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The Cyclospora parasite can cause an intestinal infection, which is treated with antibiotics.

No illnesses connected to this recall have been reported.

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No other Dole products are affected. Anyone who purchased the recalled blueberries should throw them away immediately.

CBSNewYork Team