- Michigan mother Emmie Field claims that a Capri Sun drink pouch she opened for her son contained a white worm, and the discovery has prompted an FDA complaint and follow-up investigation by Kraft Foods.
- A Kraft statement indicated that mold in Capri Sun is sometimes mistaken for worms after getting sucked through the beverage product's straws, and an Indiana State University research project recently found five types of mold in Capri Sun drinks.
- Video of the worm does appear to show the white specimen to be moving, and if it is a worm, the FDA claims it could be a safety violation.
From the article:
... Kraft Foods submitted a written statement to the Daily Press & Argus. The statement says the company can’t be sure without examining the pouch in question, but in many cases when it’s thought that a “worm” is found inside a Capri Sun pouch, it was mold. “The mold takes the form of a straw, which can then be mistaken as a worm since it is long and thin,” the statement reads. ...