Healthy Choice Carrot Juice Recall Issued Due to Botulism Risk

Due to concerns over contamination with a bacteria that may cause botulism, Healthy Choice Island Blends, Inc. has recalled Liquid Gold Carrot Juice sold in 16oz., 32oz., half-gallon and gallon sizes. 

The carrot juice recall was posted by the FDA on June 22, indicating that the product may be contamianted with Clostridium botulinium, which can cause botulism, a serious and potentially life-threatening form of food poisoning. There have been no reports of illness linked to the carrot juice recall.

The recall affects all sizes of Liquid Gold Carrot Juice, which were sold in plastic, see-through containers, which feature a white label branded Liquid Gold and UPC Code 7 63213 00130. The juice was distributed in California and was also sold wholesale to produce companies.

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Botulism food poisoning can cause paralysis, difficulty swallowing, respiratory distress, weakness, dizziness, double-vision and trouble speaking. It is a powerful neurotoxin that can be fatal. Consumers with symptoms of botulism should immediately seek medical attention.

Healthy Choice warns that consumers who have purchased affected carrot juice should not consume it, even if it does not look or smell spoiled. Instead, they should return it to the place of purchase or discard it. Consumers with questions should call (213) 749-7999.

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