An expanded recall involving a wide range of protein, milk and dairy products across multiple brands is underway due to potential microbial contamination that can lead to infection and serious illness.
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Food and beverage maker Lyons Magnus initially issued a voluntary recall involving 53 products on July 28. The Fresno, Calif. company expanded the recall last week, increasing the list to more than 80 products across nearly two dozen brands, including Organic Valley, Oatly and Ensure, according to an announcement on the Food and Drug Administration website.

Items under recall have been in circulation as early as April 2021 and have expiration dates into 2024, the company said in a news release. The total number of units impacted is unclear.

Additionally, King’s Hawaiian announced a voluntary recall of its pretzel slider and hamburger buns, and its pretzel slider bites, last week because the products used an ingredient supplied by Lyons Magnus.

Lyons Magnus advised throwing away or returning any product under recall. The company, which is collaborating with the FDA on the recall, is fielding consumer questions at 1-800-627-0557.

The South Island dairy company Synlait Milk is back in the black as its ingredients division saw higher than normal sales, while its major customer rebalanced inventory levels.

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