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Baby Food Recalled Because Of Choking Hazard

March 5, 2014: 12:00 AM EST
A defect in the manufacturing of plastic spouts for baby food pouches has led Plum Organics to issue a partial recall. The company said it had received 14 complaints from consumers about damaged spouts, fragments of which can come loose and present a choking hazard to young children. Recalled products included about 12,000 cases of World Baby Italy and World Baby Thailand products shipped to grocery stores and retailers. Plum Organics last issued a recall in November 2013 because of concerns about spoilage.
"Plum Organics Children’s Products Recalled for Possible Choking Hazard", Food Safety News, March 05, 2014, © Food Safety News
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