The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) has issued a food safety warning over LittleOak brand infant formula. The CFIA is warning consumers not to consume the affected products.
The company has not submitted the required pre-market submission, these products have not been evaluated to determine whether they meet Canadian food safety and nutritional standards and regulations. In addition, these products do not meet Canadian labeling and/or composition requirements.
The FDA in the United States has also issued an alert to parents and caregivers about two varieties of LittleOak infant formulas that the company has recalled.
The affected products have been sold online in Canada.
|LittleOak||Infant Formula made with Natural Goat Milk||800 g||To be determined||All|
|LittleOak||Infant Formula made with Natural Goat Milk||150 g (6 units X 30 g)||To be determined||All|
|LittleOak||Follow-on Formula made with Natural Goat Milk||800 g||To be determined||All|
|LittleOak||Follow-on Formula made with Natural Goat Milk||150 g (6 units X 30 g)||To be determined||All|
As of the posting of this warning, there have been no reported illnesses associated with the consumption of these products.
Consumers should not consume, serve, use, sell, or distribute affected products.
The CFIA is conducting a food safety investigation, which may lead to the recall of these or other products.
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