Recently, Enfamil announced a recall of 145,000 cans of its ProSobee infant formula due to a potential risk of contamination with bacteria. The product was distributed nationwide in the United States, and the recall is intended to ensure the safety of consumers.
The recalled product includes certain batches of the following products:
– Enfamil ProSobee Soy Infant Formula, Powder, 12.9-ounce cans
– Enfamil ProSobee Soy Infant Formula, Powder, 22.2-ounce cans
– Enfamil ProSobee Soy Infant Formula, Liquid Concentrate, 13-ounce cans
The affected products were sold between February 5th and May 6th, 2021. Consumers who have purchased any of these products should check the batch codes on the bottom of the can to determine if their product is affected by the recall. The recalled cans will have one of the following batch codes and expiration date combinations:
– Batch Code: EO20 and Expiration Date: 25 May 2021
– Batch Code: EO21 and Expiration Date: 25 May 2021
– Batch Code: EO22 and Expiration Date: 28 May 2021
Enfamil has stated that the recall is due to a potential contamination with Bacillus cereus, a bacteria which can cause nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea. To date, no illnesses or adverse events have been reported in connection with the recalled formula.
Consumers who have purchased any of the recalled products should immediately stop using them and contact Enfamil for a full refund. Customers can contact Enfamil by calling 1-800-BABY123 or visiting the company’s website at https://www.enfamil.com/recall-information.
Enfamil has urged consumers to check for recalled products and is committed to ensuring the safety of their products. Parents who have purchased any of these products should check their batch codes to ensure that their product is not affected by the recall. If it is, they should immediately stop using the product and contact Enfamil for a full refund.