RECALL CORRECTION: President’s Choice powdered infant formula

Photo: President’s Choice

As of October 13, 2019, Loblaw Companies Limited has revised a former recall on President’s Choice brand Lower Iron milk based powdered infant formula, which was pulled from the marketplace due to possible Cronobacter spp. contamination. The mistakenly recalled product, which is sold in 900 gram containers and contains the expiry date of August 29, 2021 and the UPC code 0 60383 69839 3, is no longer subject to the recall. Testing results have confirmed that a different product, the President’s Choice brand Sensitive to lactose milk-based powdered infant formula, may actually be contaminated with Cronobacter spp. The formula has been sold nationally in 638 gram containers with the expiry date of November 5, 2020 and the UPC code 0 60383 12994 1.

There have been no reported illnesses according to the Canadian Food Inspection Agency.

What you should do

If you think you became sick from consuming a recalled product, call your doctor.

Check to see if you have the recalled product in your home. Recalled products should be thrown out or returned to the store where they were purchased.

Food contaminated with Cronobacter may not look or smell spoiled but can still make you sick. Although Cronobacter is not commonly linked to human illness, in rare cases it can cause serious or fatal infections. Cronobacter can cause rare bloodstream and central nervous system infections and has been associated with severe intestinal infection (necrotizing enterocolitis) and blood poisoning (sepsis), especially in newborns.

Read Health Canada’s full recall notice here.

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