Lyons Magnus is voluntarily recalling 53 different nationally distributed products within its lineup due to the possibility of a microbial contamination.

Products are thought to be infected with Cronobacter sakazakii, among others. If infected, the usual menu of maladies affect you, symptoms such as nausea, vomiting, and fever. The one symptom that’s different is a urinary tract infection. It should be noted, however, that infection from Cronobacter sakazakii is rare.

The contamination is thought to be a result of the products not meeting commercial sterility specifications. Thankfully, none of the products affected involve infant formula or any other similar products meant for babies.

Anyone that might have these products in their household must not consume them, and must either dispose of the product or return it to its place of purchase.

Again, the recall list is 53 items long, too long to list here. However, you can easily access the original post from foodsafety.gov, which comes complete with pictures of all affected products.