Baby Food Recall: FDA issues public warning, HAPPYTOT and HAPPYBABY

By Daniel Chubb - Jan 15, 2010

Today we have some important news about another baby food recall, the FDA have been quick to issue a public warning about HAPPYBABY Stage 1 / 2 and HAPPYTOT Stage 4 products manufactured for Nurture Inc.

The Food and Drug Administration made the public aware of this problem late Wednesday night, they are warning parents that the baby foods involved may lead to illness thanks to a possible contamination of the pouches they are sold in.

This baby food was sold nationwide in less than 300 retail locations, and thanks to some packaging being compromised; you could be at risk of bacterial contamination. These baby meals in a pouch apparently have expiration dates Nov 2010 to Jan 2011.

The FDA are warning the public after a consumer complained about a swollen pouch, and now they are warning you not to consume the products. At the time of writing, no illnesses have been reported.

You can read the full details of what products are included in this latest baby food recall here on Feel free to leave any feedback you have about this recall in the comments.

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