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RECALL: French-made baby formula recalled due to salmonella risk

French dairy producer, Lactalis, issues precautionary global recall after 26 infants fall ill from salmonella infections.

By Today's Parent
RECALL: French-made baby formula recalled due to salmonella risk

PHOTO: LACTALIS

Groupe Lactalis, a French dairy company, is issuing a worldwide recall of all infant and nutritional products manufactured or packaged in their Craon plant in northwestern France since February 15, 2017.

The recall comes after 26 infants in France fell ill from salmonella infections in early December linked to products from Lactalis. The affected products are marketed under brands including Milumel, Celia and Picot.

The full list of formulas can be found here.

What should you do? If you have one of the recalled products, you should stop using it immediately. For more information, customers may contact Lactalis by telephone toll-free, at 011-33-0800-120-120, 24 hours a day. Health professionals and physicians will be available to answer questions and concerns.

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