Lyons Magnus issued a massive recall for 53 different drinks a few days ago. The company named just one bacteria, Cronobacter sakazakii. That same microorganism triggered the massive Abbott baby formula recall earlier this year. Lyons has now updated its recall to add many additional products.

Lyons has issued a recall of some of its beverages. The company says the recall is due to the potential presence of microbes. The list does not include any products for infants. You can find the complete list of Lyons products that are unsafe to consume at the end of this post.

The company says customers should not drink any of the beverages in the recall. Potential contaminents include Cronobacter sakazakii and Clostridium botulinum. The lot code and best by date should appear on the top of the carton for individual products.

Cronobacter sakazakii and Clostridium botulinum infections are rare. Symptoms include fever, vomiting, and urinary tract infection. People who are immunocompromised and other vulnerable people might be more susceptible to infection. They’ll be on the side for multi-carton cases.

The initial Lyons recall announcement said there were no reports of illness or complaints related to the initial list of products. The new press release does not mention any adverse reactions consumers might have experienced. Mechanical ventilation may be needed to keep patients alive in severe cases. The recall is expected to last about a week.
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