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In Brief: Infant formula alert

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

Executive Summary

Infant formula alert: FDA said May 17 that it is investigating a report of a can of powdered infant formula purchased in Lakewood, Colo. bearing a counterfeit label of Mead Johnson's Nutramigen powder for infants sensitive to milk protein or with food allergies. FDA said the counterfeit product poses a potentially life-threatening hazard to some infants with very severe food allergies because it contains a regular milk-based powdered formula produced by Mead Johnson for USDA. In April, counterfeit labels of Ross Labs' Similac iron liquid infant formula were found in retail stores in 16 states ("The Tan Sheet" April 10, In Brief)...





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