a baby food The brand has made a major decision when routine sampling has been found to pose a significant health hazard. Children. Describing their commitment to the safety of children as a “top priority”, the company has recalled the product. and It went so far as to announce that they would “exit the market” with it.
The Upstate New York-based Beach-Nut baby food brand has been making products since 1931. This week, brand announced The following via the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA):
“[A] The routine sampling program by the State of Alaska … found that samples from that production lot of Beech-Nut Stage 1, single grain rice cereals tested above guidance levels for naturally occurring inorganic arsenic by the FDA in August 2020 Although the rice flour used was tested and confirmed as being below the FDA guidance level for inorganic arsenic.”
He went on to say that the presence of arsenic appears to have occurred naturally – not making it any less risky, as he stated the following:
“The FDA has recognized that such trace elements are widely present in the environment, including water, soil and food; and has also stated that exposure to elevated levels of naturally occurring inorganic arsenic poses a health risk to young children.” may be born.”
As a result, Beech-Nut is voluntarily recalling its single grain rice cereals with UPC code #52200034705, expiration dates as 01MAY2022 and product codes 103470XXXX and 093470XXXX. They say: “These specific product codes were distributed nationally through retail and online.”
The brand didn’t stop there – they added:
In addition to issuing a voluntary recall, Beech-Nut has also decided to exit the market for Beech-Nut branded single grain rice cereal. and beech-nut specification for naturally occurring inorganic arsenic.”
“The safety of babies and toddlers is Beech-Nut’s top priority,” said Beech-Nut Food Safety and Quality Vice President, Jason Jacobs.
Announcement Said that no disease related to the product was reported till June 8, 2021.
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