Possible bacterial contamination has prompted a recall of cans of Slim-Fast ready-to-drink meal replacements in Canada and the United States.
The products may be contaminated with Bacilus cereus, which can cause vomiting or diarrhea. But the likelihood of a serious reaction to the bacteria in the Slim-Fast drinks is remote, CBS News reported.
The recall includes cans sold individually or in cartons containing four, six or 12 cans that are 11 ounces each.
No other Slim-Fast products, such as meal and snack bars or powdered shakes, are involved in the recall, CBS News reported.