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Affected infant milk not sold locally


Aug 11, 2013 03:40:43 PM

Affected infant milk not sold locally The affected infant milk formula that has been recalled in New Zealand, China and other countries is not sold in the Fiji market, confirms the Consumer Council.

Council chief executive Premila Kumar said their survey of local supermarkets and pharmacies found no Karicare Infant Formula (Stage 1, 900g can and 29.6g single serve sachets and; Gold + Stage 2 Follow on Formula 900g can and 32.8g stick (4pack).

She said apart from the survey, the council has received assurances from two major importers of infant formula – Nestle and Makans Drugs & Pharmaceutical Supplies that they do not sell the affected brand and batches.

A general advisory by New Zealand Food Safety Authority (NZSFA) prompted the Consumer Council to find out whether the brand and batch of affected infant formula was sold locally.

The infant formula was recalled by New Zealand authorities and manufacturer Nutricia NZ Limited after potentially harmful bacteria was found in the protein concentrate used as an ingredient in the product.

The ingredient is supplied by Fonterra, the world’s largest exporter.

The NZ-based company had notified its customers that the ingredient WPC80 contact the bacteria clostridium botulinum which is harmful to humans.

By Reginald Chandar

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