Pouches have become a popular way to package baby food, but one company is recalling tons of baby food this week after an issue with its pouches. Plum Organics issued an extensive voluntary recall of several baby and toddler foods that the company says may be spoiled inside the pouch because of a manufacturing defect.
Is your kiddo eating spoiled food? Here's what you need to know!
1. The recall applies to a wide variety of pouched foods in Plum Organics' Baby Stage 2, Tots Mish Mash, and Kids lines.
2. Foods in the recall will bear the Best By dates ranging from 08/05/14 (August 5, 2014) to 12/08/14 (December 8, 2014) and the letters “AT.”
3. The recalled pouches may swell, indicating a problem, but even if they aren't swelling, Plum Organics advises parents not to feed them to their children.
4. To obtain a refund or for more information, call the Plum Organics Consumer Hotline at 866-495-3774. You can also fill out a product replacement voucher online or email firstname.lastname@example.org with subject line, “Replacement Voucher,” and the following information: first & last name, full address (street, apt #, city, state, zip code), phone number, Best By date, and number of affected pouches.
Do your kids eat the pouched foods? Does the recall affect you?
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