Canadian Recall Alert: Enfamil Baby Formula Recalled Due to Bacterial Contamination Risks

On December 31, 2023, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency recalled Nutramigen A+ LGG Hypoallergenic infant formula due to the potential contamination of some of these products with Cronobacter sakazakii. Consumption of food contaminated with this bacterium may in rare cases cause severe or fatal infections, including bloodstream, central nervous system and intestinal infections. Common symptoms of a Cronobacter sakazakii infection include fever, vomiting, diarrhea, jaundice, irritability and poor feeding in babies. Newborns are particularly susceptive to illness after ingesting Cronobacter sakazakii-contaminated food products.

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency has recalled the following products:

  • Standalone 561-gram product: UPC 0 56796 00498 2, Expiry 01-JA-2025, Batch # 0704376 (ZL3FVY)
  • Pack of four 561-gram products: UPC 0 56796 90498 5, Expiry 01-JA-2025, Batch # 0704376 (ZL3FVY)

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency is advising Canadians to not consume, serve, sell or distribute the recalled products and to either discard these products or return them to the location from where they were purchased.

If you suspect illness resulting from the consumption of the recalled products, you should seek immediate medical attention.

If you believe that you have developed injuries as a result of food poisoning and are owed compensation, please contact us about your case.

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