January 24, 2019

FDA Warning About Juices Incorporated Products

The FDA has released a statement warning consumers about products made by Juices Incorporated that may contain Clostridium botulinum bacteria. The company has been shut down since June 21, 2012, but they continue to manufacture and distribute juice products in violation of the Consent Decree and the Court’s Order to Enforce Consent Decree.

FDAlogoOn October 7, 2010, the U.S. Department of Justice filed a complaint for permanent injunction against the owners of Juices Incorporated after FDA inspections found continuing violations of the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act at their facility. A Consent Decree was issued on January 3, 2011 and U.S. District Court Judge Sandra L. Townes issued an Order to Enforce Consent Decree after the owners of Juices Incorporated failed to comply.

The company’s juice products were recently found in retail establishments and restaurants in the New York City area and consumers may have moved the products beyond this region. The products are packaged as: Juices Incorporated, Juices International, and Juices Enterprises. The following products were of particular concern for Clostridium botulinum contamination: Carrot Juice Drink, Carrot & Beet Juice Drink, Carrot & Ginger Drink, Double Trouble Carrot Punch, Ginger Beet Juice, and Beet Juice Drink.

Clostridium botulinum has not been found in the company’s products, but the firm has problems in manufacturing that could create the hazard. Other products the company makes that consumers should avoid include: Ginger Beer Drink, Agony Peanut Punch, Front End Lifter Magnum Punch, Irish Sea Moss, Cashew Punch, Sorrel Drink, Pineapple Twist, Soursop Juice, and Corn Punch.

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