The recent advancement in case of Similac baby formula has urged parents to check if their children haven’t consumed any of the adulterated products.
Reports from Abbott Laboratories Inc., a Chicago-area firm pronounced on Wednesday of calling back 5 million units of the most asked for powdered baby food soon after insects and their larvae were found in the unit.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has stated that no immediate health risks whatsoever is attached with the product, but infants might suffer gastrointestinal discomfort.
Adelle Infante, a spokesperson for Abbott stated: "Parents place great trust in the Similac brand and to deliver anything less than our standards is unacceptable to us. The problem has been isolated to one production area. We've identified the issue and are taking steps to resolve it."
Infante claims that the firm has expanded the size of their firm via its website and phone lines on Thursday and at the same time it has soared the release of other Similac brands, such as the liquid formula, that have not been in question.
More information on the same can be found through the similac .com/ recall or via the consumer hotline toll-free at 1-800-986-8850.
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