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Soft drinks recalled due to undeclared preservatives

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Four soft drink products distributed to New York food establishments have been recalled for containing undeclared preservatives, according to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

The Charles Boggini Company, based in Connecticut, voluntarily recalled three types of lemonade drinks and a cola flavoring base. The affected products include pink lemonade (lot number 1-017), yellow lemonade (lot number 1-065), yellow lemonade X drinks (lot number 1-015), and cola flavoring base (lot numbers 9-330, 9-348, 1-013, 1-036, 1-097). The company has declined to comment further on the recall.

The FDA warns that the undeclared additives include FD&C Red No. 40 and FD&C Yellow No. 5, which can cause allergic reactions, and sulfites, which can lead to respiratory problems. These products were sold in several states, including New York, Connecticut, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Arizona, Michigan, Illinois, and California.

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