Over 50 protein products sold at grocery shops nationwide are being recalled because they may contain bacteria that can cause fever, vomiting, and urinary tract infections.
Costco warns buyers that some were sold days ago.
FDA website on July 29 that 53 goods might be infected with uncommon but harmful germs, including Cronobacter sakazakii.
Popular warehouse chain marketed two of these brands.
Costco records all things each member sells and may inform buyers if something goes wrong.
Premier Protein 18-count box of 11-ounce Vanilla or Café Latte shakes purchased between May 1 and July 29, 2022, should be checked.
Only BT-coded Premier Protein drinks are recalled. Check the lot number on your box to see whether it's impacted, the protein drink notice reads.
Do not use recalled products; return them to Costco for a full refund.
Vanilla, chocolate, and strawberry Glucerna shakes are affected. Costco sells 24 8-ounce cartons.
Anyone who bought the three varieties between June 6 and July 27 should verify particular lot and UPC codes.
Lyons Magnus recalls 53 food products from 12 brands, including the two above. Aloha, Intelligentsia, Oatly, MRE, Stumptown, etc.
No illnesses have been recorded, according to the FDA. A "preliminary root cause study" indicated the items didn't fulfil "commercial sterility criteria"