Organic baby food company Plum Organics has announced a voluntary recall for a variety of pouch products from three of their lines. The amount of the recall is known.
What's the Deal?
Plum has determined that several of their baby food pouch products suffer from a manufacturing error that could cause the food to spoil. They've also determined that spoilage may cause the pouches to swell, so they have issued the recall for any products that could affected.
What's the Deal?
The potentially affected products are a part of the Baby Stage 2, Tots Mish Mash and Kids lines. A full list of recalled pouches is available from Plums, and they can be identified by the “Best By” dates ranging from August, 5 2014 (08/05/14) to December 8, 2014 (12/08/14) and the letters “AT.”
Plum Organic pouches could be purchased online and at several major retailer and grocery stores nationwide.
What Should You Do?
Consumers should not feed any affect products to their children.
You may call the Plum Organics Consumer Hotline at 866-495-3774 or send an email to email@example.com 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 to request a product replacement voucher. You can also complete the replacement voucher online.
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