Nutritional And Beverage Products Recalled

Lyon Magnus, a food and beverage manufacturer, has voluntarily recalled 53 of its beverage products due to potential microbial contamination. Following an analysis that revealed that “the products did not fulfil commercial sterility criteria,” the Fresno, California-based company said in a press statement that it was recalling dozens of products due to the possible danger that they might contain Cronobacter sakazakii.

When ingested, Cronobacter sakazakii is a bacteria that can make people sick, especially those who already have impaired immune systems. Vomiting and fever are two of the microbial infection’s typical symptoms. Oatly Oat Milk – Barista Edition, Imperial nutritional drinks, thickened dairy milk, and a variety of protein shakes from the Premier Protein, Aloha, MRE, Pirq, and Glucerna brands are among the items that have been recalled.

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A voluntary recall of dietary supplement and beverage products has been initiated by Lyons Magnus LLC (“Lyons Magnus” or the “Company”) due to the risk of microbiological contamination, including contamination by the bacterium Cronobacter sakazakii. Infant products are not included on the list of recalled goods (i.e. under the age of one). Although Cronobacter sakazakii infections are uncommon, they can cause fever, vomiting, and urinary tract infections as common symptoms. However, populations who are weak and immunosuppressed can be more prone to infection. There haven’t been any illnesses or complaints linked to these goods to date. Consumption of the recalled goods is not advised.

The products did not adhere to the requirements for commercial sterility, according to preliminary root cause analysis. The items are sold under a wide range of brand names, which are given in the table below, and are packaged in various ways. Refer to the top of the carton for single-carton cases or the side of the case for multi-carton cases to find the Lot Code and Best By Date. Some of the 53 goods had a narrower market reach than others, but all were marketed nationally. Anyone who has a recalled product in their possession should throw it away right away or take it back to the store where they bought it to get a refund.

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