Batch of Capri Sun wild-cherry-flavour recalled due to possible contamination; but no evidence of it being bought here, so far

Consumers, especially those with children, are being advised that a batch of the wild-cherry flavour of Capri Sun has been recalled. The affected batch has a “best when used by” date of June 25, 2023.

According to the Prices and Consumer Affairs Division, the product is being recalled due to possible contamination.

The manufacturer, Kraft Heinz, reports that a diluted cleaning solution – used on food-processing equipment – was inadvertently introduced into a production line at one of its factories.

Kraft Heinz states that no other Capri Sun flavours have been affected or are a part of this voluntary recall.

Meanwhile, Press Information Officer Joanne Peters says the Division is advising consumers who boughtthe product not to drink it. Rather, it should be returned to the place of purchase for a full refund. 

Members of the public may also contact the Prices and Consumer Affairs Division at 462-4347, or at, for additional information or assistance.

So far, however, Peters says the Division has not received any confirmation, from residents or business owners, that the contaminated batch is in their possession.