FDA warns – Urban River Spirits non-alcoholic mixes recalled due to possible under-processing

According to a company announcement featured on the FDA website on July 3, 2024, Urban River Spirits has voluntarily recalled its non-alcoholic drink mixes because the products may be under-processed and therefore may present a safety concern.

Officials say the mixes still need to meet additional shelf stability testing requirements put forth by the Oregon Department of Agriculture. Because the safety of the product is undetermined, consumers are advised against drinking it to avoid potential health risks associated with an under-processing.

As demonstrated by the several product photos included in the FDA communication, Urban River Spirits non-alcoholic drink mixes are packaged in 750-mL glass bottles and come in various flavor varieties, including:

  • Blackberry and Lime Mixer
  • Life’s a Peace Spritzer
  • Raspberry Lemon Mixer
  • Pear-Tini Mixer
  • Spicy Cool-aid Jalapeño & Watermelon
  • Peppered Peach Bliss
  • Keep It Spicy Pear & Jalapeño Mixer
  • Spicy Orange and Mango Fusion
  • Café Caramel Delight
  • Velvet Cocoa and Caramel
  • Lush Lavender & Wildberry Spritz
  • Sunkissed Lavender & Lemon
  • Raspberry & Peace Melody
  • Summer Sunset Strawberry and Peach
  • Tropical Lime & Coconut
  • Tropical Blackberry
  • Watermelon Lemonade Splash
  • Lemon Drop Mixer
  • Ruby-Red Grapefruit Mixer
  • Cinnamon Infused Simple Syrup
  • Vanilla Infused Simple Syrup
  • Maple Infused Simple Syrup
  • Brown Sugar Simple Syrup


While Urban River Spirits has not been alerted to any reactions or illnesses in connection to the products, consumers are asked to identify whether they may have purchased an affected product on, or prior to, July 2, 2024. Those in possession of such a product are asked to either destroy the item or have it returned to the company’s address at 2114 Main Street, Forest Grove, Oregon, 97116.  to receive a complete refund.

Further questions or concerns may be addressed to company representative Michelle Garner at (503) 475-9765 on Mondays through Fridays, from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

The company indicates in the FDA announcement that the recall was put in place as a precautionary measure as it works to complete the required testing in a swift and timely manner.


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