Formula Recall 2021 & Safety Alerts: Everything You Need To Know

Updated on 4 January 2022 • 14 minute read



Infant formula, like breast milk, can be your baby’s primary source of nutrition. Though manufacturers may implement strict safety measures, there are times when contamination or safety issues happen.

Contaminated baby food and infant formula can be dangerous to your child’s health. It might even cause death in severe cases.

That’s why it’s important to monitor any safety alerts or recalls on infant formula products.

Are there any formula recalls in 2021? How about baby food recall? Yes. There have been several formula and baby food recalls in 2021 and past years. These include several popular brand names.

So, which products were affected by the formula recalls, and why were they recalled? Have there been recalls for European formulas, too? Find out below.


What Formula Is Recalled In 2021?

Able Groupe Baby Formula Recall 

  • In August 2021, Able Groupe recalled several products from HiPP, Holle, Kendamil, and Bioland (Lebenswert) imported from Europe and sold by the Little Bundle website. (1)
  • These formulas were recalled for failure to meet FDA requirements (U.S. Food and Drug Administration) for pre-market notifications. (1)
  • Many also failed to meet the minimum iron levels or provide proper labeling to warn parents about the possible need for iron supplements. (1)
  • According to the FDA’s recall advisory, regularly feeding your child with a formula with low iron levels (below 1 mg iron per 100 calories) can lead to iron deficiency anemia. This condition may cause irreversible cognitive and/or functional development outcomes. (1)
  • You can contact recallquestions@ablegroupe.com for questions or refund processing. (1)


The following products (all lot codes) were included in the recall: (1)

  • Holle Bio Organic Infant Milk Formula (Stage PRE; 0-6 months)
  • Holle Bio Organic Infant Milk Formula (Stage 1; 0-6 months)
  • Holle Bio Organic Follow-on Milk Formula (Stage 2; 6+ months)
  • Holle Goat Organic Infant Milk Formula (Stage 1; 0-6 months)
  • Holle Goat Organic Follow-On Infant Milk Formula (Stage 2; 6+ months)
  • Holle Goat Organic Toddler Formula (Stage 3; 10+ months)
  • HiPP Anti-Reflux Milk Formula (from birth)
  • HiPP Comfort Milk Formula (from birth)
  • HiPP Dutch Combiotic Infant Milk Formula (Stage 1; 0-6 months)
  • HiPP Dutch Combiotic Follow-on Milk Formula (Stage 2; 6+ months)
  • HiPP HA Germany Hypoallergenic Stage PRE Combiotic Infant Milk Formula (0-6 months)
  • HiPP HA Germany Hypoallergenic Combiotic Infant Milk Formula (Stage 1; 6+ months)
  • HiPP HA Germany Hypoallergenic Combiotic Follow-on Milk Formula (Stage 2; 6+ months)
  • HiPP German Combiotic Infant Milk Formula (Stage 1; 0-6 months)
  • HiPP German Combiotic Follow-on Infant Milk Formula (Stage 2; 6+ months)
  • HiPP UK Combiotic First Infant Milk Formula (Stage 1; 0-6 months)
  • HiPP UK Combiotic Follow-on Infant Milk Formula (Stage 2; 6+ months)
  • Lebenswert Anfangsmilch Organic Infant Milk Formula (Stage 1; 0-6 months)
  • Lebenswert Anfangsmilch Organic Follow-on Milk Formula (Stage 2; 6+ months)
  • Kendamil Organic First Infant Milk Formula (Stage 1, from birth)
  • Kendamil Organic Follow on Milk Formula (Stage 2; 6+ months)


Although these products have been recalled, they may still be safe for your baby. 

But due to the lower iron content, make sure to consult with your pediatrician. Your child might need iron supplementation to meet their nutritional needs while using these formulas.

Also, not all of these products have low iron content. But they were still recalled by the FDA for lack of pre-market notifications. (1)

These recalled European formulas have iron content that meets the FDA standards: (1)

  • HiPP Anti-Reflux Milk Formula (from birth): 1.06 mg
  • HiPP Dutch Combiotic Follow-on Milk Formula, Stage 2 (6+ months): 1.47 mg
  • HiPP HA Germany Hypoallergenic Combiotic Infant Milk Formula, Stage 1 (6+ months): 1.01 mg
  • HiPP HA Germany Hypoallergenic Combiotic Follow-on Milk Formula, Stage 2 (6+ months): 1.43 mg
  • HiPP German Combiotic Follow-on Infant Milk Formula, Stage 2 (6+ months): 1.47 mg
  • Holle Bio Organic Follow-on Milk Formula, Stage 2 (6+ months): 1.18 mg
  • Holle Goat Organic Follow-On Infant Milk Formula, Stage 2 (6+ months): 1.47 mg
  • Holle Goat Stage 3 Organic Toddler Formula, 10+ months: 1.52 mg
  • Lebenswert Anfangsmilch Organic Follow-on Milk Formula, Stage 2 (6+ months): 1.43 mg
  • HiPP UK Combiotic Follow-on Infant Milk Formula, Stage 2 (6+ months): 1.47 mg
  • Kendamil Organic First Infant Milk Formula, Stage 1 (from birth): 1.10 mg
  • Kendamil Organic Follow on Milk Formula, Stage 2 (6+ months): 1.06 mg


But be sure to always seek your pediatrician’s advice before starting or switching formulas, especially if they’ve been recalled.


Designed by Nature Recall

  • In June 2021, Designed by Nature baby formula products (base formula, cow milk, and goat milk) were recalled for possible health and safety risks due to incorrect labels. (2)
  • According to the FDA, these products aren’t intended for use as infant formula, but the brand didn’t indicate that on the packaging. (2)
  • The company also reportedly admitted to the FDA that they aren’t testing for the presence of Cronobacter, a potentially dangerous and deadly bacteria, especially for babies. (2)


SMA Wysoy Infant Formula (UK) Recall 

  • In March 2021, Nestle UK recalled SMA Wysoy Infant Formula (28.22 oz) for possible contamination with blue plastic pieces. (3)
  • These contaminants can make the formula unsafe and may also be a potential choking hazard to your baby. (3)


The following are the affected batch codes with their corresponding “best before date” codes: (3)

  • 923357651Z, 20 August 2021
  • 025057652Z, 15 October 2021
  • 000957651Z, 8 January 2022
  • 015757651Z, 5 June 2022
  • 024957651Z, 5 September 2022
  • 025057652Z, 6 September 2022
  • 025057651Z, 6 September 2022
  • 025157651Z, 7 September 2022


Formula Recall 2019 

Kirkland Signature Brand by Costco, Non-GMO Formula For Babies Sensitive To Lactose (Canada) Recall 

  • In October 2019, Costco Wholesale Canada Ltd. recalled this formula for possible Cronobacter spp. contamination. (4)


The recall affected the following lot codes: (4)

  • (1.36 kg) EXP 2020 NO 05 T05DVBV 
  • (2-pack, 2 x 1.36 kg) EXP 2020 NO 05 T05DVBV 


Calcilo XD Formula Recall

  • In September 2019, Abbott Laboratories recalled Calcilo XD powder cans (13.2oz) over inconsistencies in the aroma or color. (5)
  • Only the batch with lot number 79696K80 was affected. (5)


Is Similac Formula Being Recalled?

Similac TummiCare One Infant Formula (Philippines) Recall

  • In August 2019, Abbott Laboratories recalled this formula in the Philippines due to differences in the label instructions and preparation scoop size. (6)
  • The product is safe to consume. But the incorrect preparation using the scoop (provided in the box) might not provide your baby with enough nutrients to support normal growth. (6)
  • It only affected batch no. 03518QU (manufacturing date March 2019; and expiration date March 2022) (6)


Parent’s Choice Advantage Infant Formula Recall

  • In June 2019, Perrigo Company plc recalled this formula (35 oz containers) for possible contamination with a metal foreign matter. (7) 
  • Only one batch (lot code C26EVFV with a “use by” date of February 26, 2021) was affected. (7) 


Enfamil Powder Formula Tampering (2019)

In June 2019, Ashley Frydrych bought two containers of an Enfamil baby formula in Tampa Bay, Florida. (8)(9)

She noticed that one of the containers had weird contents. It didn’t look or smell like the formula she regularly bought for her baby. (8)(9)

At first, she thought that the name brand had changed the formulation. So, they used it for preparing their baby’s bottle that night. But the child refused to drink it. (8)

Still not realizing that something was wrong with the formula, Frydrych thought that her son was just full or having a stomachache. (8)

She prepared a new batch of formula the following morning, but her husband noticed that the contents immediately separated when they prepared a fresh bottle. The powdered contents settled while the water was on top. (8)(9)

Upon checking the tub, they were surprised to discover that the contents looked and smelled more like flour than baby formula. (8)

Frydrych’s husband tasted it and confirmed that it was flour. (8)(9)

She immediately reported the matter to Publix, where she purchased the formula. They quickly took action and checked the remaining tubs for any signs of tampering. (8)

Frydrych called out Enfamil to change their packaging to avoid similar incidents in the future. (8)

In response, Enfamil assured customers that they’re confident about the safety of their products because of their long history of quality. (8)

After conducting separate investigations, Enfamil and Publix assured customers that it was an isolated incident. They didn’t issue any recall on the formula. (8)(9)


Formula Recall 2018 

Bebe Mandorle Stage 2 (Bio) Recall

  • In November 2018, La Mandorle recalled this product for possible contamination with Cronobacter sakazakii, a deadly bacteria. (10)
  • The recall only included batch number 100762029 (expiry date 13-10-2019). (10)


Milupa Aptamil 1 Pronutra (Store Recall In Slovenia)

  • In August 2018, retailer Mueller Drogerija recalled this Danone formula in Slovenia after a customer found some dead insects in a pack. (11)
  • The recall affected the 28.22 oz pack with lot code 100762029 (expiry date 13-10-2019). (11)


Dumex Mamil Gold (Step 1) Infant Milk Formula (Singapore) Recall

  • In August 2018, Dumex recalled this formula (30 oz) over possible contamination with Cronobacter sakazakii. (12)
  • It affected batch number 09117R1 (expiry date 11-9-2019). (12)


Enfamil Formulas (CVS Store Recall)

In 2018, CVS temporarily removed all Enfamil formulas from stores across the US after one mom, Alison Denning, reportedly purchased a tampered container from a CVS location in Oldsmar, Florida. (13)(14)

Denning explained that the protective seal looked intact, but the interior seal was broken. Instead of formula, the contents looked like flour. (13)(14)

To be sure, she purchased another formula and compared the contents. (15)

She explained that the second formula looked slightly yellowish, was harder to pack, and looked a little more grainy. It confirmed her suspicion that the first container wasn’t a baby formula. (13)

So, she reported the issue to the store. They offered her a refund, but Denning also reported the safety issue to Enfamil. Mead Johnson (Enfamil’s manufacturer) sent her a shipping box so they could test the product. (15)

CVS Pharmacy issued a recall of all Enfamil formulas and removed the rest of the stocks off the shelves, even before Mead Johnson tested the possibly tampered formula. (14)

After their respective investigations, Mead Johnson and CVS declared it an isolated incident. (14)

Enfamil didn’t recall the formula. But the company encourages everyone to check the package appearance before purchasing any of their products. The company explained that even minor differences in the packaging can hide a safety or tampering issue. (16)

They also assured customers that their products are safe, and welcome calls to their hotline (1-800-BABY123) from anyone who believes their formula might have been tampered with. (16)


Enfamil AR (Possible Product Tampering)

In 2018, Chelsea Bellinger of Buckeye, Arizona, bought a possibly tampered formula. She got an Enfamil AR formula from a Walmart location in Arizona. (15)

According to Bellinger, her husband prepared several formula bottles and put them in the fridge before sleeping.

Later, she noticed that the powder settled to the bottom of the bottles. (15)

She thought that her husband didn’t shake these bottles properly while preparing them. But after shaking the bottles, she was surprised when the powder still didn’t dissolve. (15)

She even heated the baby bottles but realized that the consistency didn’t look right. She saw that clumpy solids had formed at the bottom. She quickly dumped everything in the sink. (15)

Upon checking the powder in the container, she realized that the consistency and color of the product were different from the formula she usually buys. But she wasn’t sure what material was used to replace the formula. (15)

She reported the issue to Walmart. (15)

The company conducted an internal review and later declared it an isolated incident. (15)

Neither Walmart nor the brand issued a recall on the formula, but Enfamil encourages customers to check the packaging of any product they are buying for signs of tampering. (15)


Formula Recall 2017 

Lactalis Nutrition Santé (LNS) Recall

  • In December 2017, Lactalis Nutrition Santé (LNS) recalled products from Picot AR, Milumel, Celia, and Taranis for possible contamination with Salmonella agona. (17)
  • The possibly contaminated formulas can cause gastrointestinal problems, vomiting, headaches, chills, diarrhea, fever, and abdominal cramps. (17)
  • The formulas had a manufacturing date starting from February 15, 2017. (17)


Gerber Good Start Soy Formula (Possible Tampering)

  • In May 2017, a two-month-old baby was rushed to a hospital in Arizona after consuming a Gerber Good Start Soy formula, which was believed to have been tampered with. (18)
  • Police arrested Jennifer LaPlante over the incident. She reportedly replaced the contents with a mixture of baking flour, rice cereal, and sugar before returning the containers to the store for a refund. (18)
  • Gerber didn’t issue a recall because it was considered an isolated incident. (18)


Formula Recall 2016 

Sammy’s Milk Baby Food Recall

  • In September 2016, the FDA recalled this formula by Graceleigh, Inc. for failing to meet infant formula regulations. (19)
  • The product doesn’t meet the iron content minimum and isn’t tested for Cronobacter, a deadly pathogen. (19)


Formula Recall 2011 

Enfamil Newborn (Store Recall)

In 2011, stores Supervalu, Walgreen Co, Kroger, and Wal-mart recalled Enfamil Newborn over reports that it can cause a rare bacterial infection. (20)

A 10-day-old infant in Missouri, Avery Cornett, reportedly died after drinking Enfamil Premium Newborn (lot number ZP1K7G). Initial investigations indicated that Cronobacter sakazakii, a deadly bacteria caused it. (20)

Amid the backlash from furious parents, Mead Johnson assured customers that their formulas are safe. (21)

Another infant died, and two others got sick but recovered while the investigation was in progress. Angry parents called for a boycott and sales plummeted. (20)(21)

The retailers quickly recalled or pulled out Enfamil Premium Newborn products off their shelves as a precautionary measure. (20)(21)

Numerous tests conducted by the CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) and the FDA showed that unopened cans of the product tested negative for the deadly pathogen. 

The two government agencies issued a joint statement declaring the products as safe. They cleared Mead Johnson Nutrition Co. 

They also revealed that Cronobacter was found in the following samples: (20)

  • An open container of baby formula
  • An open bottle of water used to prepare the formula
  • Prepared infant formula


Because the sealed, unopened formulas from the manufacturer tested negative for the deadly pathogen, the agencies couldn’t determine how the contamination occurred. But they concluded that it must have happened sometime after the containers were opened. (20)

So, despite the separate incidents involving the same formula, the FDA and CDC declared that there isn’t any evidence that they were related. (20)

Neither Mead Johnson nor the FDA issued a product recall over the issue. (20)

But the FDA, CDC, and Mead Johnson remind parents to follow safe practices in preparing or storing baby formula to avoid possible contamination. (20)(21)


Formula Recall 2010 

Similac Powdered Infant Formula Recall 

  • In September 2010, Abbott Laboratories Inc. recalled powdered baby formula products due to the possibility of small common beetle contamination (larvae, full-grown adults, or insect parts). (22)
  • The issue was discovered during a quality review. (22)
  • The affected products were produced at a plant in Sturgis, Michigan. (22)
  • It affected over 5 million Similac infant formula containers. (23)


This infant formula recall included these Similac products: (23)(24)

  • Similac Advance Powder DHA/AHA
  • Similac Advance Early Shield Powder 
  • Similac Advance Sensitive Powder DHA/AHA
  • Similac Advance LCP with Iron Powder 
  • Similac Isomil Advance Soy Powder 
  • Similac Go & Grow Milk Powder 
  • Similac Go & Grow Soy Milk Powder 
  • Similac Go & Grow Milk Early Shield Powder 
  • Similac Organic Powder DHA/AHA 
  • Similac Sensitive R.S. Powder 
  • Similac Sensitive with Iron Powder
  • Similac Sensitive Early Shield Powder
  • Similac Isomil Advance Soy/Iron Powder 


According to the FDA recall notice, ingesting the beetle can cause intestinal discomfort, or your child might refuse to eat. But it poses no serious health risk of food poisoning. (23)

The voluntary recall included as many as 5 million Similac powder infant formula units sold in the US, Puerto Rico, Guam, and some Caribbean countries. (23)(24)

Liquid formulas weren’t included in this recall. (24)

After testing the recalled products, Abbott Laboratories Inc. assured customers that over 99.8% of the products were negative for beetle contamination. (25)(26)


Formula Recall 2007

Similac Special Care Ready-to-Feed Premature Infant Formula with Iron 

  • In May 2007, Abbott Laboratories Inc. recalled Similac Special Care Ready-to-Feed Premature Infant Formula with Iron (2-oz bottles) for having a lower iron content than the one indicated on the label. (27)
  • According to the FDA advisory, premature babies fed with this formula may have a higher risk of developing iron-deficiency anemia. But there weren’t any serious medical complaints reported concerning this recall. (27)


Formula Recall 2006

Similac Liquid Ready-To-Drink Formula Recall

  • In September 2006, Abbott Nutrition recalled Similac Advance With Iron and Similac Alimentum ready-to-drink formulas for a manufacturing defect that may decrease their vitamin C content. (28)
  • These bottles had a missing special layer that keeps the air out. Air reacts with the formula, causing a decrease in vitamin C over time. (28)
  • Although it doesn’t pose an immediate health risk, babies who don’t receive enough vitamin C may experience deficiency. Symptoms can include irritability with generalized tenderness. (28)


Affected products include:

  • Similac Advance With Iron: lot 401895V, “use by” date of May 1, 2007
  • Similac Alimentum ready-to-drink formulas: lot codes 40177RH and 40172RH, “use by” date of Nov. 1, 2007
  • Similac Advance Hospital Discharge Kits, lot code 41699D5


Does Enfamil Have A Recall?

Enfamil Gentlease Recall 2006

In 2006, Gentlease powdered infant formula (lot number BMJ19, “best before date” code of “1 Jul 07”) was recalled due to possible metal particle contamination. The affected products might have metal parts up to 2.7 mm in size. (29)

According to the advisory, in the rare instance that your baby inhales the formula and it reaches their lungs, the metal particles may cause serious risks to their respiratory system and throat. (29)

Injury symptoms are likely to show up within four hours and can include the following: (29)

  • Coughing
  • Breathing difficulties
  • Swallowing difficulties


According to Mead Johnson, around 41,464 cans (lot number BMJ19) have been distributed to retail stores across the US since December 16, 2005. (29)

Thankfully, there weren’t any illnesses or health incidents reported concerning this recall. (29)


Formula Recall 2005

Similac Advance with Iron Formula Powder Recall

  • In February 2005, Abbott Laboratories recalled Similac Advance with Iron Formula Powder (12.9-oz cans) due to possible contamination with PVC (polyvinyl chloride) plastic particles. (27)
  • This contamination was attributed to a manufacturing problem. (27)
  • There weren’t any serious health problems reported concerning this recall. (27)


Formula Recall 2003

EnfaCare LIPIL Recall

  • In February 2003, Mead Johnson recalled EnfaCare LIPIL for possible Enterobacter sakazakii contamination. (30)
  • It affected 505 cases of products distributed to retail, stores, hospitals, and WIC (Women, Infants and Children program) clinics across the US in December 2002.
  • Affected products were from lot code BME01 with an expiration date code of “1JAN04.” There weren’t any other lots or products affected by this recall. (30)


According to the recall advisory, the deadly pathogen may cause the following conditions in newborns, particularly premature babies and infants with weakened immune systems: (30)

  • Meningitis (inflammation of the brain’s lining)
  • Sepsis (bacteria in the blood)
  • Necrotizing enterocolitis (a severe intestinal infection)


This recall alarmed many parents because the product is especially formulated for premature babies or newborns with special dietary requirements. (30)


Enfamil Nutramigen Recall (2001)

  • In 2001, Mead Johnson Nutritionals recalled Enfamil Nutramigen ready-to-use liquid and powder formulas due to incorrect preparation instructions in Spanish. (31)
  • As many as 4.6 million cans were affected by this recall. (31)
  • According to the advisory, following these incorrect instructions may lead to serious health problems.  (31)(32)


Repeated consumption of the incorrectly prepared formula for several days may lead to the following: (31)(32)

  • Irregular heartbeat
  • Seizures
  • Possibly even death 


Babies living in hot climates or already ill (with other medical conditions) may have a greater risk of experiencing potentially fatal complications. (32)

This formula was distributed in the US, Puerto Rico, Guam, and the Dominican Republic. (32)

Affected products include 3.7 million cans of powder formula (16-oz) with the following lot codes: (31)

  • BHC43
  • BHC44
  • BJC45
  • BJC46
  • BJC47
  • BJC48
  • BKC49
  • BKC50
  • BLC51
  • BLC52
  • BLC53
  • BMC54
  • BMC55
  • BMC56
  • BAM57
  • BAM58
  • BBM59
  • BBM60
  • BBM61
  • BCM62
  • BCM63
  • BCM64
  • BDM65
  • BDM66
  • BEM67
  • BEM68
  • BEM69
  • BEM70
  • BEM71
  • BEM72
  • BFM73
  • BFM74


The recall also affected 930,000 cans of the ready-to-use version (32-oz) with these lot codes: (31)

  • MBM90
  • MBM91
  • MCM92
  • MCM93
  • MCM94
  • MDM95
  • MDM96
  • MEM97
  • MFM00
  • MFM01


In some places, the retailer stores were allowed to continue selling the formula. But they were told to put the correct preparation instructions on the packaging for customers to see. (32)



Is There A Recall On Enfamil Baby Formula 2021?

No. There hasn’t been any recall on Enfamil baby formula in 2021. But there were several in previous years:

  • Enfamil Gentlease in 2006 for metal contaminants (29)
  • Enfamil EnfaCare LIPIL in 2004 for Enterobacter sakazakii contamination (30)
  • Enfamil Nutramigen in 2001 for potentially dangerous label errors (31)(32)


Is There A Baby Food Recall 2021?

There have been several baby food recalls in 2021:

  • Parent’s Choice Rice Baby Cereal was recalled on October 8, 2021, for having inorganic arsenic content higher than the government standards. (33)
  • Beech-Nut Single Grain Rice Cereal was recalled on June 8, 2021, for high arsenic levels, too. (34)
  • Peppa Pig Chocolate Chip Cookies Gable Box was recalled on May 20, 2021 for undeclared egg content (allergen). (35)


Is Baby Formula Regulated In The US?

Baby formula is food often used as an infant’s sole source of nutrition. So, the FDA requires manufacturers to meet certain standards, including minimum amounts for 29 nutrients. (36)

But the FDA doesn’t need to approve these formulations before these can be marketed. Still, the FDA may recall formulas and baby foods that don’t meet these standards. (36)


Why Do Formulas Get Recalled?

Formulas are recalled if they don’t meet the FDA’s standards. (36)

But many recalls also involved contaminants or manufacturing defects.


What To Do If Your Baby’s Food Or Formula Has Been Recalled?

After any formula or food recall and safety alert, do the following:

  • Check the product name, batch number, lot code, and the expiration or “use by” date.
  • If it’s part of the recall, immediately stop giving it to your child. For the refund or replacement process, contact the store or manufacturer.
  • Consult your pediatrician if your baby shows signs of stomach upset or other medical issues from drinking the recalled product.


Which Formulas Or Products Haven’t Been Recalled?

There are dozens of formulas from different brands that haven’t been recalled. Some examples may include the following:

  • Similac Pro-Advance Non-GMO Infant Formula with Iron
  • Earth’s Best Non-GMO Soy-Based Infant Powder Formula
  • Kabrita Goat Milk Toddler Formula Powder
  • Else Plant-Based Complete Nutrition for Toddlers
  • Enfamil Neuropro
  • Enfamil A2 with Prebiotics
  • Happy Baby Organics Infant Formula
  • Enfamil Enspire Baby Formula with Iron
  • Meyenberg Whole Powdered Goat Milk, Gluten Free


But be sure to check with your little one’s pediatrician before starting or switching formulas. 





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(2) https://www.fda.gov/safety/recalls-market-withdrawals-safety-alerts/designed-nature-voluntarily-recalls-goats-milk-cows-milk-and-base-milk-formulas-due-possible-health

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(29) https://www.9news.com/article/news/health/baby-formula-recall/73-344579771

(30) https://www.aappublications.org/content/22/2/88

(31) https://www.nytimes.com/2001/07/10/us/national-briefing-science-and-health-recall-of-baby-formula.html

(32) http://flca.info/HTMLobj-154/Recalls.pdf

(33) https://www.fda.gov/safety/recalls-market-withdrawals-safety-alerts/maple-island-inc-issues-voluntary-recall-three-lots-parents-choice-rice-baby-cereal

(34) https://www.fda.gov/safety/recalls-market-withdrawals-safety-alerts/beech-nut-nutrition-company-issues-voluntary-recall-one-lot-beech-nut–single-grain-rice-cereal-and

(35) https://www.fda.gov/safety/recalls-market-withdrawals-safety-alerts/primary-colors-design-corp-issues-allergy-alert-undeclared-egg-peppa-pig-chocolate-chip-cookies

(36) https://www.fda.gov/food/people-risk-foodborne-illness/questions-answers-consumers-concerning-infant-formula



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