Mom's you might need to check what baby formula you are using because the FDA just issued a warning Thursday on three popular powdered infant formulas.
According to U.S. health officials, Similac, Alimentum, and EleCare have recently been linked to a bacterial contamination that has caused four babies to be hospitalized where one of them died. One of the cases involved salmonella and the other three had Cronobacter sakazakiim, which is a rare germ that could cause blood infections and other serious complications.
The contaminated products were manufactured at the Sturgis, Michigan facility and the recall affects products that have expiration dates after April 1,2022. To check and see if your product has been recalled, visit similacrecall.com or call 1-800-986-8540 and follow the instructions. For more information on the recall head over to Fox11.