Plum Organics recalls baby food

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EMERYVILLE (Calif.) – A popular baby food company issued a recall for a defect that may cause spoilage in more than two dozen product lines.

Plum Organics has recalled pouch products in the “Baby Stage 2,” “Mish Mash,” and “Kids” lines. The affected products have a best-by date ranging from Aug. 5-Dec. 9, 2014.

No word if any children have gotten sick because of the possibly contaminated products.  Consumers with the affected product are urged to contact the company for a replacement voucher.

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  • Sally

    Hundreds of babies seem to be sick (projectile vomiting, diahreah, severe gi distress, fever) according to the company’s Facebook posts. This is upsetting to say the least as these products are still on shelves and the company issues a statement on a Friday night of a long weekend hoping to sweep it under the rug rather than tell the full truth so no more babies will get sick.

  • Roques ann Albritton

    I bought 20 of these Friday night…my child eats on average 3 a day. By Sunday he was uninterested in eating, he hs explosive diarrhea and woke up crying in pain from gas. Today is Wednesday and he is still experiencing symptoms that are the same. “Temporary discomfort” is now lasting 4 days and a dr visit on Monday which basically was to tell me I can’t do anything. So frustrating And sad for my little one.

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