Abbott recalls infant formula
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Abbott's Ross Products Division announces Sept. 15 it is voluntarily recalling some lots of liquid ready-to-feed infant formula distributed between May 18 and Sept. 5. One lot of Similac Alimentum Advance liquid ready-to-feed infant formula, use by May 1, 2007; two lots of Similac Advance with Iron liquid ready-to-feed infant formula, use by Nov. 1, 2007; and one lot of Similac Advance Hospital Discharge Kits are all being recalled due to an isolated bottle defect the release states. An Abbott spokesperson said some of the bottles are missing a layer that prevents air from getting to the formula and thus may lead the vitamin C to oxidize, or breakdown. If consumers have the listed products they should contact Abbott at 1-800-624-3412. Abbott discovered the problem as a result of consumer complaints for an unusually dark formula color the release states...
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