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What we know: There have been four sick with two dead from Cronobacter sakazakii

The recall: The recall began on February 17, 2022 and expanded on February 28, 2020. The FDA is advising consumers not to use recalled Similac, Alimentum, or EleCare powdered infant formulas. Recalled products can be identified by the 7-to-9-digit code and

ALERT: Cronobacter Illnesses Linked to Powdered Infant Formula

Recalled Infant Formula:

On February 28, 2022, Abbott Nutrition recalled Similac PM 60/40 powdered formula (Lot # 27032K80 (can) / Lot # 27032K800 (case).

The Similac PM 60/40 recall is in addition to other lots of Similac, Alimentum, and EleCare powdered formula that were recalled on February

66966619.jpgWal-Mart Stores Inc., Supervalu Inc., Walgreen Co., Kroger Co. and Safeway are pulling 12.5-ounce cans of Enfamil Newborn powdered infant formula with the lot number ZP1K7G after a Missouri newborn who consumed it apparently died of Cronobacter sakazakii.

According to news reports, ten-day-old Avery Cornett died Sunday after getting sick several days earlier in Lebanon, Missouri. Preliminary hospital tests indicated he died of a rare infection caused by bacteria known as Cronobacter sakazakii.

A second infant fell ill late last month after consuming several different types of powdered baby formula, but that child recovered, health officials said. The state health agency in Illinois, where the child lives, is investigating that case.

The incidents also prompted Illinois authorities in Madison County Missouri to test for the infection in a 25-day-old infant girl from Granite City who died Wednesday.

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