The maker of Enfamil announced a recall of about 145,000 cans of infant formula due to the possibility of cross-contamination with a bacteria that can cause serious illness or death.
Reckitt says despite contamination fears, the recalled formula tested negative for Cronobacter, which can cause rare but deadly infections in infants. Here's how to identify and prevent them.
Baby formula is being shipped in from London and Mexico to help moms across the nation feed their babies as there has been a shortage. But some women who are not mothers are getting free samples of infant formula when that is not needed.
Patrick Sly, the president of global nutrition at Reckitt, said the company has increased production in recent months.
Many parents around the country are reporting the same thing: bare shelves or very low stocks of baby formula — from New York to Washington state.