A can of Nutramigen Hypoallergenic Powdered Infant Formula and one of the batch numbers involved in the recall, stamped on the bottom of the can. FDA
BY ALIZA CHASAN, ALEXANDER TIN
UPDATED ON: JANUARY 2, 2024 / 11:08 AM EST / CBS NEWS
Thousands of cans of Reckitt/Mead Johnson Nutrition’s infant formula sold in the U.S. are being recalled, the Food and Drug Administration announced Sunday. The recall comes after Israeli health authorities confirmed a type of bacteria called Cronobacter sakazakii was found in cans that were being imported into Israel from the U.S.
The recall includes 675,030 cans sold in the U.S., the FDA says, which were produced at a Mead Johnson plant in Zeeland, Michigan starting in June 2023.
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