According to an online news report published on KIRO7.com, child and infant dietary supplements were recalled due to possible severe allergic reactions. UpSpring Baby Iron + Immunity and Wellements Iron Drops are dietary supplements made for children under the age of three. These dietary supplements are supposed to be milk-free products. However, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration claims stated that these two supplements were tested and were found to have contained milk.
The two companies stated that they voluntarily recall these dietary supplements due to potential food allergy problems. The news story states that one of the dietary supplement ingredients was accidentally mixed with lactose before being sent to the supplement manufacturers. The supplement manufacturers allege they were not told that the ingredients shipped contained milk.
Wellements is voluntarily recalling two lots of its Iron Drops liquid dietary supplement that is packaged in a 1-ounce/30-milliliter bottle. The contaminated Iron Drops were sold through select online retail stores such as Wellements.com, and Amazon.com. The Iron Drops were distributed as samples nationwide in promotional giveaways. The Iron Drops are for kids ages four months to three years old. Wellements has reported at least one known case of an allergic reaction, according to the recall notice.
The UpSpring Baby Iron + Immunity dietary supplements sold nationwide through Target, UpSpringBaby.com, Amazon.com, and many other online channels and retail stores from May 2, 2019, until July 17, 2020, according to the FDA. The recalled UpSpring product is packaged in a dark brown glass 60-milliliter bottle and has a lot number of 06691 with an expiration date of March 2021.
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