On January 07, 2022, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration published a safety announcement concerning Moor Herbs Angel Formula. The recall was initiated due to the product failing to meet the specific labeling and nutrition requirements for infant formula. Moor Herbs of Detroit, Michigan, manufactures the recall infant formula. The FDA stated that its laboratory tested certain batches of Angel Formula and found the infant formula had iron, potassium, and sodium level well over the maximum permitted. The FDA states that this could lead to electrolyte imbalances and/or iron overload. Moreover, the product lacked adequate amounts of vitamin D, and a vitamin D deficiency could cause rickets, a weakening and softening of bones.
“Angel Formula” was sold through the company’s website and retail store. The “Angel Formula” is sold in 16 fluid ounces plastic bottles, and the product’s labeling does not have any lot or UPC codes. The company shipped the recalled products in February of 2019, and all bottles in distribution have been recalled.
Parents and caretakers of infant children who have bought the recalled infant formula are urged to discontinue use and throw the product away in the garbage or return it for a refund. Those who have used these recalled products and are worried about their child’s health should speak to their health care provider as soon as possible.
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