Baby Food Recalled for Botulism Threat

Nestle GerberIn child safety news, a recent baby food recall is sweeping store shelves with possible concerns over a Botulism contaminant. Plum Organics is recalling their apple and carrot flavored baby food for not meeting FDA requirements, and for possibly spreading the illness of Botulism. Botulism, a rare illness that only sees 145 cases a year in the U.S., can cause serious paralysis and is often spread through food. The baby food was being sold in stores like Toys “R” Us and Babies “R” Us and contaminated containers are the 4 .22 ounce pouches wit ha “best by” date of May 21, 2010. The UPC is 890180001221.

(Via NY Daily News)

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    Hope all of them are recalled. This issue will really affect the baby food industry.

  • http://www.roundaboutkidsbabypouches.com/ Baby Pouches

    Hope all of them are recalled. This issue will really affect the baby food industry.