Kraft Heinz issues voluntary recall of some Kool-Aid, Country Time, Tang and Arizona Tea powdered drink mixes
Food maker Kraft Heinz has issued a voluntary recall of a number of their powdered drink mixes over concern there may be very small pieces of metal or glass that may be in them.
The FDA said the powdered drinks in question have “Best When Used By” dates between May 10, 2023 and November 1, 2023.
“The issue was first discovered during an internal review at the manufacturing facility,” the FDA said.
“The Company is actively working with retail partners and distributors to remove potentially impacted product from circulation.”
They say the issue was discovered during an internal review at one of their manufacturing facilities, and Kraft said they have been working with retailers to pull affected products from shelves.
Anyone who is concerned their products may be impacted can find a full list of affected product UPC codes on the FDA’s website, or can call Kraft Heinz from 9 am-6 pm Eastern Standard Time, Monday- Friday at 1-855-713-9237.
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