What is the latest news on Slim-Fast Shakes?

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engineerairb...

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Posted: 31 Dec 2009, 06:47
A few weeks ago they pulled these off the shelves due to side effects. Has any one heard if they have resolved the issue? I have used these on and off for a number of years, and each time that I stick by the plan, I lose weight, and I have never had a side effect from them. Infact I'm using them now, I have a stock of them, but it is starting to get low, and I want to be able to continue to use them. So has anyone else heard if they resolved the issue? Has any one had issues with drinking these?
KittyPie

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Posted: 01 Jan 2010, 01:34
This is the link to Update on Slim•Fast Voluntary Product Recall
http://www.slim-fast.com/content/Recall.aspx

It lists which of their products was affected and current status of recall.


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engineerairb...

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Posted: 01 Jan 2010, 09:25
Great thanks for the link



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