According to a statement released by Kraft Heinz on Friday, more than 5,700 cartons of Capri Sun beverages with the flavour “Wild Cherry” have been voluntarily recalled due to contamination with cleaning agent used on food processing machinery.
Following many consumer complaints over the recall’s flavour, Kraft Heinz made the announcement. According to the statement, the impacted items are individual foil juice pouches that are offered for sale in paperboard cartons.
There were no early reports of accidents linked to the contaminations.
According to the announcement, products having a “best if used by” date of June 25, 2023 can be compromised.
According to the statement, “the business is actively working with retail partners and distributors to remove possibly impacted items from circulation.”
Customers can return recalled drinks to the place where they were bought and receive a refund. According to the statement, they may also call Kraft Heinz at 1-800-280-8252 from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. ET to find out whether their case is one of the tainted ones.
We can’t know where merchants delivered the food, so we don’t want to be excessively prescriptive on geography. “The impacted cases were transported to specific locations on the East Coast and Midwest,” a Kraft Heinz spokeswoman told USA TODAY.
Unknown cleaning substance contaminated the items; its name.
According to a spokeswoman, “the probability of major adverse health repercussions is small,” but infected items shouldn’t be eaten since they could taste funny or make you queasy.