Airborne gummies are popular among consumers as they have numerous health benefits. However, after 70 complaints, bottles are now being recalled. This is because these airborne immune support supplements seem to come in faulty packaging.
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The Unexpected Health Hazard of These Airborne Gummies
Not only do airborne gummies strengthen your immune system, but they’re also rich in antioxidants and gluten-free. Aside from vitamin C, they also contain nine vitamins and herbs. They’re tasty too, with citrus, blackberry, and grapefruit flavors.
You can find these airborne gummies at Target, Walmart, Kroger, Walgreens, Costco, BJ’s Wholesale Club, CVS, Sam’s Club, and other stores. They’re also sold on various websites, like Schiffvitamins and Amazon.
The fact that they’re being recalled caused a lot of commotion in the grocery store chain industry. While one might think that the issue with these gummies is their quality or taste, it’s actually the packaging.
Over 3.74 million bottles of airborne gummies have already been sold in the past year. So far, there have been 70 reports of faulty packaging, which led to them being recalled. According to those who filed the reports, the cap or seal may unexpectedly pop off when you open the package for the first time. This happens due to pressure buildup.
The faulty packaging has caused 18 minor injuries so far, with one person needing medical attention.
Be Careful When Opening These Airborne Gummies
Accidents can happen when you least expect them. That’s certainly the case with these airborne immune system supplements. If you have bought these gummies, be extra careful when opening the package for the first time.