Update: As news reports of food establishments serving Townsend Farm berries in their smoothies continue to come in, Food Safety News will update this story. Colorado: Patrons of two Colorado food establishments — Groovy Greens in Niwot and Sweet Pea Restaurant in Steamboat Springs — may have been exposed to hepatitis A, according to the Colorado Department of Public Health. Smoothies made at both establishments may have contained berries from Townsend Farms Organic Antioxidant Blend, the frozen berry mix at the center of a recall and hepatitis A outbreak that has sickened at least 118 people in eight western states. To date, no illnesses have been connected to either restaurant. At least 22 people in Colorado have fallen ill in the outbreak. The “Berry Blast” smoothie at Sweet Pea Restaurant, located at 729 Yampa St. in Steamboat Springs, contained the recalled berries between May 24 and June 8, 2013. Groovy Greens’ delivery service sold smoothies containing recalled berries between April 15 and May 31. California: A Frame Espresso in Fort Bragg, Calif., served smoothies made with the recalled berries up until June 4, the day Townsend Farms officially recalled the product. To date, there are no reports of hepatitis A illness from the berries anywhere in Mendocino County.