Recall 53 beverage and nutritional products for possible Cronobacter contamination

Recall 53 beverage and nutritional products for possible Cronobacter contamination

Lyons Magnus, LLC, is voluntarily recalling not one, not two, not three, but 53 nutritional and beverage products. According to the announcement of the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA), this is because of possible contamination by non-friendly microbes e.g. Cronobacter sakazakii. Back the socks in the sack? Will Corona return your bag of winnings? no, Cronobacter sakazakii, Which is a bacteria previously known to be similarly difficult to spell Enterobacter sakazakii.

Here’s a tweet from the FDA on the recall:

Apparently, the analysis showed that Lyon Magnus products “did not meet commercial sterility specifications,” in the words of the FDA. It was a fancy way of saying that things weren’t clean enough to make sure no bad bacteria could get into the products. The recall includes 53 products that fall under the following brands: Lyons Ready Care, Lyons Barista Style, Piroc, Glucerna, Aloha, Intelligentsia, Kate Farms, Oatly, Premier Protein, MRE, Stumptown and Imperial. Many of these products are dairy products that aren’t really dairy. So, for example, if you see an Aloha Chocolate Sea Salt Plant-Based Protein 330 mL carton, you might want to call the product bye-bye if the Universal Product Code (UPC) is 842096112355, the lot code is 8312 or 9312, and the best-by date is Either July 12 or 13, 2023. Therefore, before receiving any product from the brands mentioned above, check the list included in the FDA announcement to ensure that the UPC and lots do not match. Otherwise you could possibly have a lot of problems.

So far, no illness has been reported after people consume these products. now, Cronobacter Illness is quite rare. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) indicates that on average they receive about two to four reports of infections in children each year, although there is a caveat that no state other than Minnesota is required to report such infections. Just because bacteria gets into your body, doesn’t mean you’ll get sick. In fact, you may be carrying bacteria in your poop without realizing it, which is another reason not to play with poop.

However, if someone asks you if you want something Cronobacter With your drink, your answer should be “No. Heck, no.” Fever, vomiting, wound infection, or urinary tract infection often occur, depending on where the bacteria entered your body. Obviously, none of this will be fun.

However, of greater concern are the life-threatening complications that can occur. If you were a child and somehow managed to read this, congratulations on your reading ability. Also, remember that your immune system is still relatively underdeveloped. This can leave you much more susceptible to serious life-threatening conditions Cronobacter Blood stream infection or Cronobacter Meningitis Meningitis is inflammation of the membrane that surrounds your brain like saran wrap around a baked potato. Up to 40% of children are affected Cronobacter Meningitis can kill. People who are 65 years of age or older, who are on immunosuppressants, or who have chronic illnesses are more likely to get blood infections.

So if you have any of the 53 products on the recall list, either dispose of them immediately or return them to where you bought them for a refund. Remember that settling doesn’t mean putting it in your mouth or your roommate’s mouth. If you have any questions, Lyons Magnus offers a 24-hour recall support center that can be reached at 1-800-627-0557 or through their website. You may be tempted to drink those dairy non-dairy products. But if it is on the recall list and ends up being corrupted Cronobacter or some other bad germ, it can hit you with your milk-air, so to speak.

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