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  • evelinepc
    Baby food recalled for possible botulism Plum Organics pulling apple and carrot pouches; no illnesses reported Plum Organics has recalled Apple & Carrot Baby
    Message 1 of 2 , Nov 9, 2009
      Baby food recalled for possible botulism
      Plum Organics pulling apple and carrot pouches; no illnesses reported

      Plum Organics has recalled Apple & Carrot Baby Food in Portable Pouches, bearing the UPC code of 890180001221 with a "Best By" code typed in black reading MAY2110.
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      Rachel Loyd / Plum Organics

      WASHINGTON - Plum Organics of Emeryville, Calif., is recalling some of its apple and carrot portable pouch baby food because of concerns over possible botulism contamination.

      The product was sold individually throughout the country at Toys-R-Us and Babies-R-Us stores. The recalled product is sold in 4.22-ounce pouches, with a "best by" date of May 21, 2010, and UPC 890180001221.

      "The product did not meet the FDA guidelines for proper acidity level," Paul Gerhardt, a member of the Plum Organics action team, said in a statement.

      The company is concerned that the baby food may be contaminated with Clostridium botulinum, which can cause botulism, a serious and sometimes life-threatening condition. Consumers should not use these products, even if they appear to be normal, because of the possible health risk.

      No illnesses have been reported in connection with the baby food, and no other Plum Organics products are affected, the company said in a statement.

      More information is available by calling 888-974-3555 or by e-mailing info(at)plumorganics.com.

      Copyright 2009 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.

      Taken from http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/33397420/ns/health-kids_and_parenting/?ns=health-kids_and_parenting
    • johnycm loelan
      Thnks infonya. Rgds, Johny CM Loelan ________________________________ From: evelinepc To: foodsafety-quality@yahoogroups.com
      Message 2 of 2 , Nov 9, 2009
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        Johny CM Loelan


        From: evelinepc <eveline@...>
        To: foodsafety-quality@yahoogroups.com
        Sent: Mon, November 9, 2009 11:46:55 PM
        Subject: [foodsafety-quality] Baby Food Recall

         

        Baby food recalled for possible botulism
        Plum Organics pulling apple and carrot pouches; no illnesses reported

        Plum Organics has recalled Apple & Carrot Baby Food in Portable Pouches, bearing the UPC code of 890180001221 with a "Best By" code typed in black reading MAY2110.
        View related photos
        Rachel Loyd / Plum Organics

        WASHINGTON - Plum Organics of Emeryville, Calif., is recalling some of its apple and carrot portable pouch baby food because of concerns over possible botulism contamination.

        The product was sold individually throughout the country at Toys-R-Us and Babies-R-Us stores. The recalled product is sold in 4.22-ounce pouches, with a "best by" date of May 21, 2010, and UPC 890180001221.

        "The product did not meet the FDA guidelines for proper acidity level," Paul Gerhardt, a member of the Plum Organics action team, said in a statement.

        The company is concerned that the baby food may be contaminated with Clostridium botulinum, which can cause botulism, a serious and sometimes life-threatening condition. Consumers should not use these products, even if they appear to be normal, because of the possible health risk.

        No illnesses have been reported in connection with the baby food, and no other Plum Organics products are affected, the company said in a statement.

        More information is available by calling 888-974-3555 or by e-mailing info(at)plumorganic s.com.

        Copyright 2009 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.

        Taken from http://www.msnbc. msn.com/id/ 33397420/ ns/health- kids_and_ parenting/ ?ns=health- kids_and_ parenting


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