Big recall: coffee, protein shakes, oat milk and some affected breads

A recall issued by Lyons Magnus, a food and drink manufacturer, involved a variety of plant milks, protein shakes, coffee drinks and breads sold by various brands. The initial beverage recall was expanded to include certain breads, including pretzel bread made by King’s Hawaiian and, more recently, a variety of bread rolls sold by Piantedosi Baking.

The reason for the recall, according to the FDA and Lyons Magnus, is that the products “did not meet commercial specifications for sterility.” They could potentially be contaminated with dangerous organisms, including the one that causes botulism.

Piantedosi Baking said last week it was recalling batches of rolls, including sandwich rolls and bread rolls, because limited products contain an ingredient from Lyons Magnus that has been recalled. King’s Hawaiian earlier announced it was recalling its pretzel bun, including its pretzel hamburger buns, pretzel buns and pretzel bites “out of an abundance of caution” because they also contain an affected Lyons Magnus ingredient in the broader beverage recall.

The specific organisms with which impacted items could be contaminated are Cronobacter sakazakii and Clostridium botulinum. Cronobacter infections are rare and can cause fever, vomiting, or urinary tract infections. But cronobacter can be dangerous or life-threatening to babies, the elderly, and people with weakened immune systems.

Clostridium botulinum can cause botulism, a rare but very serious disease that can damage the body’s nerves and lead to complications, including death. Although Clostridium botulinum was not found in the recalled beverages, consumers should throw away any affected product whether it looks or smells spoiled, the FDA and Lyons Magnus said in the statement. announcement.

A few more specific drinks, such as lactation smoothies, have also been recalled. Here’s what to know if you’re a plant-based milk or protein shake drinker or want to learn more about which brands have recalls, plus some alternatives to your favorite drink that’s currently unavailable.

A carton of Oatly oat milk

Certain lots of Oatly’s “barista edition” oat milk are being recalled.

Magnus of Lyons

Which brands have been recalled?

Similar to many other food or beverage recalls, not all beverages are made by an affected brand is recalled. Certain batches with a certain expiry date may be suitable, for example, as may all batches of a completely different drink of the same brand. If you recognize any of the brands or beverages from the following list, see the recall for a complete description of the specific lot codes, UPC numbers and expiration dates of the recalled products. King’s Hawaiian, on the other hand, seems to be recalling all of its pretzel bread, but you can check out the list of specific lot codes here.

Certain lots of the following coffee drinks, protein shakes, plant milks and other beverages are being recalled:

  • Lyon barista style (Base Sweet Cream Frappe in 32-ounce cartons; Almond, Oatmeal, Soy, and Coconut Non-Dairy Beverages in 32-ounce cartons).
  • Lyons Ready Care (Thickened dairy beverage in various consistencies, 32- and 8-ounce cartons; 2.0 high-calorie, high-protein beverages in vanilla, chocolate, and buttery pecan flavors in 8 or 32-ounce cartons; 0 added sugar 1.7 high-calorie, high-protein nutritional drink in vanilla flavor in 32-ounce cartons; Vanilla or Chocolate Plant-Based Protein Shake in 8.45-ounce cartons).
  • grumpy cafe (Ready-to-drink Cold Brew Coffee, 11 ounces).
  • tone it up (Vanilla Chocolate Plant-Based Protein Shake, 11 oz).
  • Uproot (Organic Oat Milk Chocolate Peamilk Oats in 8 oz cartons).
  • Organic Valley (organic whole milk and organic low fat 1% fat, regular and chocolate flavored milks in 8 ounce cartons).
  • Dirty (Complete Keto Meal Shake Chocolate Flavor in 11 ounce cartons).
  • Rejuvenate (Muscle Health + Vanilla and Muscle Health + Chocolate, 11 oz).
  • Optimal Nutrition (Gold Standard 100% Chocolate Vanilla Whey, 11 oz cartons).
  • Organic Sweetie Pie (Organic Mango Banana Lactation Smoothie, Organic Apple Pear Lactation Smoothie, 11.1 oz).
  • Securing the harvest (1.2 Cal for tube feeding in 8 oz cartons).
  • PediaSure Harvest (1.0 Cal for tube feeding in 8 oz cartons).
  • Lyon barista style (almond, coconut, and oat milk in 32-ounce cartons).
  • Pirq (32 milliliter cartons of plant-based protein sold in vanilla, chocolate, coffee caramel and strawberry flavors).
  • Glucerna Original (8 ounce cans of chocolate, strawberry and vanilla sold in cases of 24 units).
  • Aloha (vegan protein cans made with sea salt chocolate, coconut, vanilla and iced coffee).
  • Intelligentsia (ColdCoffee and Oat Latte 330 milliliter cartons).
  • Kate Farms (Pediatric Peptide 1.0 Vanilla, Standard 1.0 Vanilla, Nutrition Shake Coffee, Nutrition Shake Vanilla, Nutrition Shake Chocolate, Standard 1.4 Plain, Peptide 1.5 Plain, Pediatric Standard 1.2 Vanilla, Pediatric Peptide 1.5 Vanilla, various carton sizes).
  • oatly (Barista Edition Oat Milk in 32 oz cartons; Barista Edition 11 oz; Oat-Milk 11 oz; Oat-Milk Chocolate 11 oz).
  • First protein (chocolate, vanilla, café latte 330 milliliter cartons).
  • ERM (cookies and cream, milk chocolate, salted caramel and vanilla milkshake 330 milliliters of protein shakes).
  • Stumptown (cold brew coffee in 325 milliliter cartons in Original Oat Milk, Horchata Oat Milk, Oat Milk Chocolate, Chocolate Cream & Sugar and Original Cream & Sugar flavors sugar).
  • Imperial (Med Plus Vanilla Nutrition Drink 2.0, Med Plus Vanilla Nutrition Drink NSA 1.7, Med Plus Pecan Butter Nutrition Drink 2.0 and Thickened Dairy Drink in different consistencies).
  • King’s Hawaiian (Pretzel Buns, Pretzel Hamburger Buns, and Pretzel Bites).
  • Piantedosi Bakery Company (a variety of deli buns, buns, hamburger buns and more. Check out the list here.)
A package of recalled pretzel hamburger buns

King’s Hawaiian via the United States Food and Drug Administration website

Did you recall oat milk in the refrigerator? Try this instead.

As a reminder, not all batches or types of beverages produced by a brand are unsafe or risky to drink. Oatly has a variety of products always available for sale on its website. Affected products are limited to Barista Edition oat milk and Barista Edition 11-ounce Original and Chocolate oat milk. To see if yours is being recalled, Oatly says the easiest way to check is to look for the initials “LM” next to the package’s expiration date.

But if you’re a stone cold oat milk drinker and want to branch out into another brand, we recommend Planet Oat. It’s affordable, tastes great, and you can order a six-pack of 32-ounce cartons of “the original” or $42 when you order through Walmart. You can also use the Planet Oat store locator to find stores near you.

Cold brew recalled?

Again, not all products made by the brands listed in the recall were affected, and most will still have a variety of options available and safe to drink. Cafe Grumpy released a statement and reiterated that they are no longer working with Lyons Magnus for their cold drinks and only a few batches of drinks that were due to expire at the end of this month are affected. This is a similar case to most or all of the brands on this list.

That being said, some single serve cartons of cold brew coffee beverages have been recalled. If you’re looking for a take-out replacement, we recommend mixing your own concoction at home using a standard cold brew like La Colombe, in addition to your favorite herbal creamer. One of our favorites is Elmhurst Oat Milk Cream.

Substitute for your protein shake

Premier Protein was another big name that saw certain batches of product recalled – impacted shakes also did CNET’s best list of protein shakes and powders. But fear not: Owyn, which CNET dubbed the best plant-based protein shake, is still available.

The information in this article is for educational and informational purposes only and is not intended to constitute medical or health advice. Always consult a physician or other qualified health care provider with any questions you may have about a medical condition or health goals.

Big recall: coffee, protein shakes, oat milk and some affected breads

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