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Infant formula recall announced due to FDA non-compliance

By Vaseline May31,2024

Infant Formula Recall Announced Due to FDA Non-Compliance – Top Class Actions

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Product photos of infant formula recalls, showing the infant formula recall.Product photos of infant formula recalls, showing the infant formula recall.
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Infant formula recall overview:

  • WHO: Dairy manufacturers have recalled all batches of their infant formula.
  • Why: The infant formula did not comply with the rules of the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and has not been assessed for safety by the FDA.
  • Where: The FDA’s infant formula recall applies to products sold in Texas.

Dairy manufacturers have recalled all batches of infant formula because the formula had not been properly inspected and assessed for safety by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

The recall of infant formula covers Crecelac Infant 0-12 with UPC 8 50042 40847 6 and expiry dates of 08/2025 and 09/2025; Farmalac 0-12 with UPC 8 50042 40841 4 and expiry dates 08/2025 and 09/2025; and Farmalac 0-12 Low Lactose with UPC 8 50042 40839 1 and best before dates 08/2025 and 09/2025.

The FDA’s infant formula recall applies to the 12.4-ounce aluminum cans of formula packaged in carton and sold in Texas.

No reports of illness due to recall of infant formula

Dairy Manufacturers says it has not received any reports of illness related to the recall to date. The company is not currently facing legal action over the recall, but Top Class Actions is closely monitoring the recalls as they sometimes lead to class action lawsuits.

The FDA compliance issues were discovered after FDA notification because the dairy manufacturers did not submit proper premarket notification.

Consumers are asked to return the formula to the place of purchase for a full refund.

Dairies can be reached at 972-347-2341 Monday through Friday from 9:30 AM to 5:00 PM ET.

Reckitt/Mead Johnson Nutrition remembered some lottery tickets of the 12.6 and 19.8 ounce cans of Nutramigen powder in the past year due to possible contamination with Cronobacter sakazakii.

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