FDA Has Recalled Nearly 30 Drinks This Year

FDA Has Recalled Nearly 30 Drinks This Year


The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has recalled 28 beverages this year for containing harmful ingredients.

“All but four (86 percent) of the 28 were recalled because they contained something the company had not declared – including drugs, bacteria and harmful chemicals,” the Daily Mail revealed.

Mario Nawfal listed some of the recalled drinks, which include:

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Martinelli’s Apple Juice containing arsenic. Fiji Water contaminated with bacteria and manganese. Charles Boggini Company’s drinks containing food dyes linked to cancer.

🚨🇺🇸 FDA RECALLS 28 DRINKS DUE TO SAFETY CONCERNS

These recalls were prompted by undisclosed drugs, bacteria, harmful chemicals, or toxins found in the drinks.

Examples include:

Martinelli’s Apple Juice containing arsenic.

Fiji Water contaminated with bacteria and manganese.… pic.twitter.com/mBUAQXvG6A

— Mario Nawfal (@MarioNawfal) June

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