The California Department of Public Health warned people Saturday not to consume three brands of lemon and lime juices.
Citrovita, Byblos and Golchin brands contain FD&C Yellow Number 5 food coloring, according to a news release from the department.
People who have a severe sensitivity to the food coloring and use these products risk a serious or life-threatening reaction.
The department found the additive in some of the juices produced by Anaheim-based Ataco International Inc., which has denied using the food coloring.
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Consumers should discard the juices or return them to where they bought them, the department said.
People who find the product for sale are encouraged to call the department's toll-free complaint line at (800) 495-3232.
Buchanan blood drive honors teacher
Students, faculty and administration of Buchanan High School will hold a three-day memorial blood drive for instructor Matt Mueller.
It will be in the school's multipurpose room from 2 to 7:30 p.m. Tuesday through Thursday. Donors will receive a T-shirt, a free barbecue dinner and discounts from Valley businesses.
The school is at 1560 N. Minnewawa Ave. in Clovis.
Details: Central California Blood Center, (559) 389-5433.