An Indiana State University professor, Kathleen Dannelly, has conducted a study of the popular Kraft Foods fruit drink, Capri-Sun. Dannelly and her research assistant found five different types of mold in samples of Capri-Sun. Capri-Sun is not treated with preservatives and Dannelly believes the mold forms when oxygen is allowed into the juice pouches from small holes in the packaging.
Dannelly confirms that the mold found in the drinks, while not generally harmful, can create a health concern for immune-compromised consumers or individuals with certain underlying diseases. Kraft Foods recommends that consumers discard any pouches which are damaged or punctured.
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