What yogurt the FDA removes from stores for having mold | The State

What yogurt the FDA removes from stores for having mold

People can return the yogurt to the store for a full refund.

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The FDA has announced that it will be making a further recall of Pili Nut Lavva Blueberry Dairy Free brand yogurt due to possible mold contamination in the product.

The recall includes the blue 5.3-ounce containers of this brand that also have green leaves in their design, as well as an aluminum foil lid, and an expiration date of 2/21/21.

These products were distributed to grocery stores across the country like Whole Foods, Sprouts, Kroger, and more. The possibility of mold was discovered after the yogurt went through the company’s quality control protocols without any problems.

“This plant-based yogurt was produced in a manufacturing plant in Norwich, New York. There have been no confirmed illnesses, ”the company said, according to Yahoo!

The batch number for the contaminated yogurt is # 022121. Any customer who has a container of this yogurt in their refrigerator can return it to the place of purchase for a full refund. They can also send an email to [email protected] or call 833-885-2882 for more information.

Be aware that eating moldy foods can cause nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, and other common symptoms of food poisoning. It can also cause allergic reactions and breathing problems. Mold doesn’t just grow on the surface of food, it has deep roots and can even be found around and all over food.

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