The Dasani water purification product, which purifies and disinfects drinking water, has been on the market for almost two years.
It’s also the source of many controversy.
Dasani is one of the few brands that purifies water for people, but its use has increased in recent years because of concerns about toxins, such as coliform bacteria, from drinking the purified water.
In April, the Consumer Product Safety Commission said Dasani products have been found to contain a toxin called coliform and recommended the product be phased out in the United States.
The CDC and other regulators said it’s likely that Dasani’s Coliform-Free brand of drinking water would also contain the toxin.
“There’s no way to know if the Coliform contamination in Dasani drinking water will cause health effects in humans, but it’s clear that consumers who have been exposed to Dasani-containing water may be more susceptible to coliform,” Dr. Mary Anne Franks, an epidemiologist and director of the FDA’s Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition, told Newsweek in an email.
Dr. Franks also said it would be irresponsible to label the water as a coliform-free product because of the possibility that people might ingest the toxin from drinking it.
Coliform bacteria is a type of bacteria that lives in the intestines and is passed on to other people by contaminated food.
According to the CDC, coliforms are the leading cause of gastroenteritis in the U.S. and can cause diarrhea, vomiting, and fever.
While coliform infections are common, most cases of coliform infection in adults are due to other types of infections, including food-borne infections and pneumonia.
The CDC recommends that people with coliform allergies or other medical conditions avoid drinking the water.
Dasani is made from purified water and filtered water that’s filtered through a process called distillation.
The company also uses an enzyme called dasanoxone, which is commonly used to treat certain types of anxiety disorders, including anxiety and panic attacks, to help treat coliform symptoms.
On the other hand, some people have reported coliform outbreaks that have been linked to drinking the Dasani product, including one woman who tested positive for coliform.
The FDA said it does not yet know the exact number of people who have coliform problems and has asked manufacturers to share that information.
The Dasani controversy is not the first time a water purifying product has been accused of causing health problems.
In 2010, a brand of Dasani bottled water was found to have a chemical known as aflatoxin, which can cause serious eye, respiratory, and neurological problems.
It also caused a small number of other people to develop gastrointestinal problems.