Glass concerns spur recall of juice substitutes

Country Time lemonade and Tang orange flavour crystals are affected

By Nunatsiaq News

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency has issued recalls for two juice substitutes that have been sold nationally and online.

(Photo courtesy of the Canadian Food Inspection Agency)

(Photo courtesy of the Canadian Food Inspection Agency)

The agency is warning people not to drink Country Time brand original lemonade fruit juice mix and Tang brand orange flavour crystals with certain UPC codes and best before dates because of the possible presence of glass in the products.

Country Time lemonade in 2.4-kilogram containers with a UPC code of 0 66188 05337 5 and a best before date of Sept. 15, 2023 is affected.

Tang orange flavour crystals in 2.2-kilogram containers with a UPC code of 0 66188 05750 2 and a best before date of Aug. 20, 2023, or Aug. 21, 2023 is affected.

Nunavut’s Health Department issued a notice about the recall on Monday. The notice says if anybody finds these products in their home, they should either be disposed of or returned to where they were bought.

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  1. Posted by Not juice on

    My mom used to give me this stuff as a kid and after growing up and realizing its just sugar, I think I would rather drink glass shards than Tang

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