Unless you suffered some sort of an injury (or, damages), you do not really have enough to take any kind of legal action. Did you go to the hospital or doctor following the incident? If so, did they run any lab tests (e.g., a stool sample)? If so, did they find Salmonella, E.coli, etc.? How long were you sick for? (Because one day's illness would likely mean a small recovery, in the event of a lawsuit.) Do you still have your receipt? Do you still have the product? If so, and if your lab test results warrant, then the juice needs to be tested ASAP (because it's not getting any fresher). (Note that testing such products could be expensive.) Also, who is keeping the juice and where (because chain of custody may end up being an issue, as well)? The bottom line is, assuming that you suffered damages, there tend to be problems with causation when it comes to these types of cases.
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I would not think in terms of a lawsuit, no. At least you have a nice picture of mold to remember this experience by.
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If you are now better, the answer is no. If you have recovered with no long term ill effects then even if you could prove the juice was the cause of your "illness" the cost and risk of pursuing a claim would far outweigh any potential recovery.
If you have any intention of pursuing this further, save what's left of the juice.
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