February 29, 2024

Enfimil toddler system, made by Mead Johnson Vitamin Co., sits on show in a grocery store in New York, U.S.

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Child system maker Reckitt Benckiser’s Mead Johnson Vitamin has voluntarily chosen to recall sure batches of child system powder as a result of potential bacterial contamination, in keeping with the U.S. Meals and Drug Administration.

The presumably impacted batches of Nutramigen Powder, an toddler system specifically designed for kids allergic to cow’s milk, have been produced in June and distributed all through the summer season.

“Based mostly on the restricted availability of the remaining inventory of this particular toddler system, it’s believed that a lot, if not all, of the merchandise recalled in the USA have been consumed,” Reckitt stated in an announcement revealed by the FDA on Sunday.

The corporate stated no “sicknesses or adversarial occasions” have been recorded but however urged customers who’ve bought Nutramigen to verify the underside of the can to see if they’ve one of many presumably contaminated batches.

The impacted batch numbers and their corresponding can sizes are as follows:

  • ZL3FHG, 12.6 oz cans
  • ZL3FMH, 12.6 oz cans
  • ZL3FPE, 12.6 oz cans
  • ZL3FQD, 12.6 oz cans
  • ZL3FRW, 19.8 oz cans
  • ZL3FXJ, 12.6 oz cans

The potential bacterial an infection within the product may cause probably deadly infections like sepsis and meningitis, which frequently have signs like jaundice, temperature change, poor feeding, irritability, bother respiratory and weird actions.