The latest Fox News story on the health dangers of cotton candy flavorings has been trending on Twitter.
A Fox News spokesperson told Fox News that the company was aware of the tweet and had taken action.
“We do not condone the use of cotton on our products,” a spokesperson for the company told FoxNews.com.
“However, the word ‘cotton’ has been removed from all products we sell and will no longer be used on our website.”
The Fox News article has been viewed over 6 million times.
The Fox affiliate in Colorado, KDVR, reported that cotton candy flavored products have been recalled after a child in the community tested positive for the toxin.
Fox News also published an article that linked the toxin to a cotton candy variety called Cotton Candy Flavored Cotton.
The brand was recalled earlier this year.
Fox has been embroiled in controversy in the past.
Earlier this year, the network ran an article about how Fox News host Sean Hannity had to get a new job because of his role as a Fox News star.
The article was retracted by the network in January, but the backlash was enough to force Hannity to leave Fox News.