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More Varieties of Oatly and Premier Protein Have Been Recalled

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Last week, you might have headed to your refrigerator to check on a major recall from Lyons Magnus that included popular brands like Premiere Protein, Glucerna, and Oatly. Now, it has expanded.

According to an announcement from the Food and Drug Administration, the Lyons Magnus recall has grown by 32 additional products and as well as more product codes for the existing recalled products.

You can see the entirety of new and old recalled products on the FDA’s websites, but several brands have expanded lot codes including some of the most popular like Oatly, Premier Protein, and Glucerna. There’s also a new contaminate concern within this recall.

The previous announcement centered on the potential for Cronobacter sakazakii, but now, there’s a risk of exposure to Clostridium botulinum. While as of press time the FDA recall notes there have been no known infections, the organism can cause severe food poisoning with symptoms such as double vision, slurred speech, difficulty swallowing, and muscle weakness.

If you find any of the new lot codes or products in your home, the FDA advises disposing of them immediately or returning them to the purchase store for a refund. Consumers who have questions can contact the Lyons Recall Support Center at 1-800-627-0557 or visit the company’s website.

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