Numerous protein shakes, including Oatly milk, were recalled after tests revealed potential microbial contamination.

On July 29, a food producer who collaborated with Oatly and Premier Protein announced a voluntary recall. The recalled goods may contain a pathogen that can infect babies and people with compromised immune systems fatally. No cases of illness linked to the recalled products have been reported to the FDA. Morning Brew is read by more than 3 million people; you should too! Consumers are being advised by the FDA to discard specific Oatly products and protein drinks.

A voluntary recall of products due to probable bacterial contamination was announced by the California-based food company Lyons Magnus on July 29.

The items might contain the bacterium cronobacter sakazakii , which can infect the bloodstream and meningitis in infants, the elderly, and others with compromised immune systems. Infant products were not included in the recalled goods.

The $2 billion milk substitute manufacturer Oatly asked Lyons Magnus to get rid of 32-ounce Oat-Milk Barista Edition products. The business requested the destruction “out of an abundance of caution” because it has not supplied a product with Lyons Magnus since April 2022, according to Insider.

The cold brew coffees with oat milk, creme, and sugar from Stumptown and the chocolate, vanilla, and caf latte shakes from Premier Protein were among the products affected by the recall. (Premier Protein and Stumptown were unavailable for comment right away.)

Despite not receiving any reports of sickness or complaints linked to the products, the Food and Drug Administration advised from consuming the recalled goods in an statement .

Although Cronobacter sakazakii infections are uncommon, the FDA noted that frequent signs of disease could include fever, vomiting, and urinary tract infections.
Visit the FDA website to view the complete list of recalled goods.