A batch of Laboratoire Gallia brand powdered milk for premature or low-birth-weight babies should no longer be consumed, health authorities warned on Saturday, indicating a “risk of infection,” the ReminderConso site read.
“As a precaution and pending the results of the investigations carried out by the health authorities in two health establishments in Réunion and Mayotte”, this product is the subject of a “withdrawal on suspicion of bacteriological contamination”, according to the government site for products dangerous. alerts
Consult the doctor in case of symptoms
These are 400-gram cans of “Pré-Gallia Bébé Expert” powdered milk, whose batch number is 2023.07.13, and have been on the market since February 2, 2022.
The health authorities invite parents to return the product to the point of sale and contact consumer services.
“Parents whose children have consumed this batch of the product (…) and who present symptoms are invited to consult their doctor as a precaution,” the health authorities still request.
“No other reference of infant milk (powdered or liquid) of the Laboratoire Gallia and Blédina brand is affected by this withdrawal,” they specify.
Source: BFM TV