Coffee recall: See full list of products impacted by Snapchill's canned coffee drink recall

Snapchill, a coffee company, voluntarily recalled all of its canned coffee products because they could potentially cause botulism.

On June 17, the Green Bay, Wisconsin-based company recalled nearly 300 products over concerns that they could lead to the "growth and production" of botulinum, a potentially deadly toxin, states the recall announcement posted to the Food and Drug Administration's website. The FDA announced the recall on Friday.

The issue was identified when the FDA notified Snapchill its manufacturing process for low acid canned foods had not been filed with the agency, the recall announcement states.

Which products are being recalled?

The products are sold under a variety of brand names in cans ranging from 7 to 12 oz. Some products can also be identified by the text “Snapchill Coffee,” but all the products state "produced and distributed by Snapchill LLC” below the nutrition facts panel.

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The recalled drinks are all within their expiration date.

Since Friday, no illnesses have been reported, reports the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, a part of the USA TODAY Network.

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What should you do with recalled Snapchill Coffee?

People with the recalled product should do one of the following, according to the release:

  • Destroy the products

  • Return the product to Snapchill

  • Return the product to the location it was purchased for a refund

"Snapchill will offer full refunds for any of these products, with appropriate proof of purchase including a picture of the product(s) before being destroyed," states the release.

Consumers with questions can reach out to the company via email at, or call 920-632-6018 by phone, Monday through Friday between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. CST.

What is botulism?

Botulism is an illness caused by bacteria that produce toxins in food states the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. While sickness is rare, it can be serious and potentially lead to a fatal form of food poisoning.

While the illness will not lead to a fever or loss of consciousness, according to the World Health Organization, people may feel the following symptoms:

  • Weakness

  • Vertigo

  • Double-vision

  • Blurred vision

  • Dry mouth

  • Difficulty swallowing

  • Difficulty speaking

  • Vomiting

  • Diarrheas

  • Constipation

  • Abdominal swelling

  • Weakness in the neck and arms, respiratory muscles and lower-body muscles

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