September 23, 2010 by USA Post
Formula Recall, Formula Similac.Com remember many numbers – The Abbott Laboratories, a pharmaceutical care company, recently announced that they are withdrawing 5,000,000 cans of infant formula similar specified brand powder.
Apparently, Similac withdrawal was due to the possibility of any product that contains a small beetle or described in hatcheries, where they can cause stomach or stomach pain, among which the child may have the formula powder, he said.
According to company background and history, Abbott Laboratories was founded in 1888 by Chicago physician aboot Wallace. Abad then developed the first blood test for HIV. Insects have been exposed in a section of a manufacturing plant in Michigan.
Abbott spokeswoman Melissa Brotz said in a statement that after small insects were discovered in cans of milk produced in a manufacturing plant in Sturgis, Mich., decided to withdraw several products.
The following are products that are described as 8 ounces, 12.4 ounces and 12.9 oz cans of Similac powder with the numbers:
The withdrawal came after an internal quality review, which reported a very low chance of this beetle could have entered some Similac products.
According to some reports, the FDA has already revealed that the beetles found in the cans can cause discomfort, or irritation of the gastrointestinal tract, which causes the baby to lose your appetite if swallowed. If these symptoms persist for more than a few days, a doctor should be consulted immediately.
For consumers concerned, do you know if the formula is included in the recall Similac visiting their official website similac.com / retrieval / search, or by calling 800-986-8850.
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