Lyons Magnus, a nutritional drinks company, expanded a voluntary recall of some varieties of popular products including the oat drink Oatly and Glucerna shakes, because of the potential for microbial contamination, the company and federal authorities said this week.
The company said in a statement on July 28 that no illnesses or complaints related to recalled products had been reported. A company statement on Wednesday announcing that more products had been recalled did not say whether anyone had been sickened, and a spokeswoman declined to comment beyond the news releases.
The Food and Drug Administration posted a listed of 89 products, along with lot and case numbers involved in the recall, which came after “continued collaboration and consultation” with the agency, the company said in its statement. Some of the recalled products were distributed nationally, the company said.
The statement said that “root cause analysis” indicated that the products did not meet “commercial…
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