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Lyons Magnus and the FDA expand recent recall

Last week we wrote about Lyons Magnus, in cooperation with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, issuing a recall of 50+ products due to a potential microbial contamination. Well Lyons and the FDA have announced a new round of recalls due to a potential Cronobacter sakazakii and/or Clostridium botulinum contamination.

The recalled products were sold at stores nationwide such as BJ’s Wholesale Club, Costco, and Sam’s Club. Brand names such as Aloha, Glucerna, Oatly, and Kate Farms were part of the recall A complete and updated list of the recalled products can be found at the link at the bottom of this post. What you should know though is that consumers are being advised to discard any remaining recalled Lyons Magnus products they may have. They should not be consumed.

Distribution of the recalled products began in April of 2021. So it’s possible they're still on store shelves, or even your own. They were shipped and sold in individual cartons as well as cases. Identifying the Lot Code and Best By Date is going to be the best way to determine if your purchase is part of the recall. Typically the Lot Code and Best By Date can be found on top of the carton, or the side of the cases.

As we wrote in our original post a little more than a week ago, “Lyons makes it clear in their recall notice posted by the FDA though that no products for infants/babies have been recalled.” There has been no indication by Lyons or the FDA that that has changed.

To read the full report on the update to this recall, click here: