Enfamil Formula Pulled from Shelves After Infant Death

December 23, 2011 by momfarah
shefinds | Kids

Enfamil Formula Recall

While it hasn’t been officially recalled by the feds, the FDA and CDC are currently investigating all cans of Enfamil powdered formula that matched the size and lot number of the formula involved in the recent death of a Missouri infant from a rare bacterial disease.

The formula involved is Enfamil PREMIUM Newborn powdered formula in 12.5-oz. cans, with the lot number ZP1K7G. Anyone who has purchased formula with that lot number should discard the product or return it to the store immediately.

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