3 Replies |Watch This Discussion | Report This| Share this:Similac RecallSimilac is on recall due to the egg recall. Here are the lot numbers cause the site is down<br /><br />87932T20, 88117T26, 78208T2,88136T20, 91433t20, 800-986-8850, 800-545-5216, 800-515-7677, 800-986-8800, 847-937-6100, (847) 935-8865, (847)935-3456, 66128RB6, 61251 RB6, 61347RB, 84314 RB, 85454 T2, 86580 T20, 88137T20 and 90372T20
Report This| Share this:Similac RecallI was just reading this as well;<br />Here's a link;<br /><a rel="nofollow" href="http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2010/09/22/health/main6891877.shtml?tag=cbsnewsMainColumnArea">Similac Infant Formula Recalled by the Millions.</a>
Thank you for posting this. I happen to have one of the cans that is being recalled. I wonder if this is why my baby has been crying constantly. Poor thing has had gas so bad the last week that it isn't funny.
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Report This| Share this:Similac RecallThank you for posting this. I happen to have one of the cans that is being recalled. I wonder if this is why my baby has been crying constantly. Poor thing has had gas so bad the last week that it isn't funny.
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