Five types of fungus have been identified in a popular children's drink, researchers say.
A study of Capri Sun was sparked by consumers finding mold in the drink, according to the article on Yahoo News!
The study found the fungi in the drink aren't harmful to most people, the article states, but can be problematic for people with compromised immune systems.
Kraft, which manufactures Capri Sun, acknowledges that mold can grow in the drink, but says such reports are not common.
"Since there are no preservatives in our drinks, mold can grow, especially in a leaking pouch," Kraft says on its Capri Sun frequently asked questions website.
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