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Mead Nutramigen Field Correction Requires Temporary Label Change

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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Mead Johnson Nutritionals will run newspaper ads July 13-20 to alert Spanish-speaking consumers of a labeling discrepancy on its Nutramigen infant formula.

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Enfamil LactoFree infant formula sample packs distributed to 30 Babies R Us stores in nine states recalled for failure to list ingredients on packaging. Sample packs contain two 3-oz., ready-to-use Nursette bottles and two Easy One single-serve packets; labeling failed to note products contain milk proteins, which can cause allergic reactions. Only six of 900 packs remain unaccounted for, firm says. Mead has begun shipping newly labeled product and has relabeled old packs in affected stores. Recall is second action by Mead in past month; in July, the BMS division undertook a "field correction" and ad campaign concerning labeling discrepancies on Nutramigen formula (1"The Tan Sheet" July 16, p. 8)

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Enfamil LactoFree infant formula sample packs distributed to 30 Babies R Us stores in nine states recalled for failure to list ingredients on packaging. Sample packs contain two 3-oz., ready-to-use Nursette bottles and two Easy One single-serve packets; labeling failed to note products contain milk proteins, which can cause allergic reactions. Only six of 900 packs remain unaccounted for, firm says. Mead has begun shipping newly labeled product and has relabeled old packs in affected stores. Recall is second action by Mead in past month; in July, the BMS division undertook a "field correction" and ad campaign concerning labeling discrepancies on Nutramigen formula (1"The Tan Sheet" July 16, p. 8)

Mead Johnson

Enfamil LactoFree infant formula sample packs distributed to 30 Babies R Us stores in nine states recalled for failure to list ingredients on packaging. Sample packs contain two 3-oz., ready-to-use Nursette bottles and two Easy One single-serve packets; labeling failed to note products contain milk proteins, which can cause allergic reactions. Only six of 900 packs remain unaccounted for, firm says. Mead has begun shipping newly labeled product and has relabeled old packs in affected stores. Recall is second action by Mead in past month; in July, the BMS division undertook a "field correction" and ad campaign concerning labeling discrepancies on Nutramigen formula (1"The Tan Sheet" July 16, p. 8)

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