Recall alert: Possible microbial contamination leads to recall of 53 nutritional, beverage products

A possible microbial contamination has led to a recall of 53 nutritional and beverage products.

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The U.S. Food and Drug Administration said in a news release that Lyons Magnus LLC announced a voluntary recall of its nutritional and beverage products on Thursday due to a possible microbial contamination. It’s related to the Cronobacter sakazakii organism. It’s rare to get an infection but symptoms include fever, vomiting and a urinary tract infection.

CBS News said Cronobacter can cause sepsis or meningitis in severe cases.

The list of brands involved in the recall includes Aloha, Oatly, Stumptown, Glucerna, Premier Protein and others, according to CBS News.

The preliminary root cause found that the products did not meet “commercial sterility specifications.” According to the FDA, most of the 53 recalled products were sold nationwide.

The FDA said that no one has complained of being sick or had any other complaints, and that the recall does not include products for infants.

If you have a recalled product, you should be disposed of immediately or return it where you bought it for a refund. You can also contact Lyons Recall Support Center 24 hours a day, seven days a week at 1-800-627-0557 or on their website.