Recalls

Prescript-Assist Recall – Multiple Allergens Found

Update: The Prescript-Assist recall has been expanded to cover all lot codes that are still within their expiration dates. Following is our story from July 02, 018, about the original recall:


LL’s Magnetic Clay says that it is recalling multiple lots of its Prescript-Assist probiotic supplement. In the press release announcing the recall it was revealed that several different food allergens had been found in the product:

  • Almonds
  • Shellfish
  • Dairy and casein
  • Eggs
  • Peanuts

All of these components fall under the umbrella of the so-called “Big 8” food allergens.

The affected lot codes cover products that will not expire for months. The codes to look out for are:

  • 1356300 (exp. 01/2019)
  • 1405700 (exp. 03/2019)
  • 17A128 (exp. 03/2021)
  • W00103 (exp. 06/2019)

The company says the lot numbers are printed somewhere on the bottle. Your number may be printed directly on the bottle or on the label.

There have been no reports of anyone using the supplements and being sickened or injured.

Obviously, if you have any Prescript-Assist covered by the recall you should not use it. You can return your remaining supply to LL’s Magnetic Clay and receive a full refund. And if you need more info, you can call the company directly at 1-800-257-3315 during normal business hours.

The recalled probiotics were available nationwide and through the internet. The company did not provide a list of retail stores known to stock the supplement or any names of its distributors.

It did, however, supply a representative label:

More info about the Prescript-Assist recall at 1-800-257-3315.

The discovery of multiple, hidden food allergens prompts a recall of Prescript-Assist’s probiotic supplement.

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