SMA baby milk recalled after product makes children sick
article in the Telegraph:
"The Food Standards Agency has confirmed SMA Nutrition has pulled 40,530 1 litre packs of SMA Gold ready-to-use liquid infant milk off shop shelves following 11 complaints.
The packs of milk will be found on shop shelves around the country. The packs have a best before date of 12 March 2009 and carry the code 06033G.
A spokesman for SMA Nutrition said customers complained of opening the packs to find the milk had separated and curdled.
Most customers did not use the milk, but two babies refused to feed and one vomited immediately after drinking the product.
One mother from north London was reported to have given the milk to her nine-month old daughter, who was subsequently "extremely sick" for three days, she claimed."
"Customers can call the SMA Careline on 0800 0890075 to discuss concerns and receive a replacement carton."