Abbott Laboratories said it will stop selling Similac Probiotic Tri-Blend Infant Formula after the FDA issued a warning about deadly infections.
A Nashville-based distributor sent out recalled cans of Gerber® Good Start Baby Formula to stores in 8 states.
Perrigo has recalled some Gerber® Good Start® powdered infant formula due to a risk of bacteria infections that could kill babies.
Reckitt recalled 145,000 cans of Enfamil ProSobee Simply Plant-Based Infant Formula that may be contaminated with bacteria.
ByHeart recalled certain batches of ByHeart Whole Nutrition Infant Formula due to a risk of serious bacterial infections.
Abbott has recalled certain 2-oz. bottles of liquid Similac® baby formula that may have spoiled because the lid was not fully sealed.
The FDA has posted a list of Similac, Alimentum and EleCare baby formula products that were recalled due to a deadly infection outbreak.
Even more Similac® baby formula has been recalled after babies were infected with deadly bacteria, including Salmonella and Cronobacter.
A class action lawsuit has been filed by the father of a baby who developed health problems after being fed recalled infant formula.