Similac Recall Lot Numbers affected

By on Sep 24, 2010 in United States, World Comments

While the news about the Similac recall is continuously spreading, tons of Similac consumers are hoping to know the list of lot numbers affected.

This is for them to check if the lot number that can be found at the bottom of the can they purchased is included.

Unfortunately, some customers complain that they cannot access the Similac website homepage or it seems not to be working perfectly possibly due to multiplied visits.

Some customers however claims that it is better to visit http://similac.com/recall/lookup.aspx, and enter the lot number of the Similac product purchased.

But according to a latest post at About.com, Abbott officials said that all lots of Similac branded powder in the rectangular, plastic tubs were affected by the recall.

These are the larger 1.38-lb (22-oz), 1.45-lb (23.2-oz), and 2.12-lb (34-oz) tubs of Similac formula.

In addition, the Similac recall may include the smaller 8-oz cans that parents often receive as samples from doctor’s offices and hospitals.

Below is the list of Similac Recall 2010 affected products.

• Similac Advance – 1.45-lb and 2.12-lb
• Similac Advance EarlyShield – 1.45-lb and 2.12-lb
• Similac Sensitive – 1.45-lb and 2.12-lb
• Similac Isomil Advance – 1.45-lb and 2.12-lb
• Similac Sensitive Isomil Soy – 1.45-lb and 2.12-lb
• Similac Organic – 1.45-lb and 2.12-lb
• Similac Organic and Similac Advance Organic – 1.45-lb and 2.12-lb
• Similac Sensitive R.S. – 1.45-lb and 2.12-lb
• Similac Sensitive for Spit-Up – 1.45-lb and 2.12-lb
• Similac Go & Grow – 1.38-lb
• Similac Go & Grow EarlyShield – 1.38-lb
• Similac Go & Grow Soy – 1.38-lb

Abbott, however, stressed out that the Similac recall does not include the liquid formula products.

Meanwhile, Holger Liepmann, executive vice president, Abbott Nutrition released this statement as posted at the Abbott website.

Abbott understands that parents expect to feed their children only the highest quality product. We are taking this action so that parents know that the infant formula products they provide unquestionably meet the highest quality standards for which they are known. We regret any inconvenience this situation poses to parents and consumers.”



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