Monday, June 24, 2024

The Monday Morning Stimulus

Food safety officials have sounded the alarm after hundreds of canned coffee products were recalled over fears of toxic contamination. 

Over 250 coffee products from Snapchill LLC are being voluntarily recalled by the company after the FDA raised concerns over cross-contamination with the deadly botulinum toxin, which can lead to botulism. 

The federal agency reportedly flagged issues with the company's low-acid canning method, which poses a risk of allowing the toxin to grow and spread to potentially lethal levels.

There are no current reports of users becoming sick from botulism, which is a type of food poisoning that can cause a number of health emergencies including breathing problems, weakness, dizziness and speaking issues.

It's important, but no coffee is to die for.

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