Enfamil Says Its Formula Is Safe -- Did You Switch?
10-day-old Avery Cornett died of a bacterial infection in Missouri on December 18, and, because she was fed Enfamil Premium Newborn formula, stores across the country pulled the product off its shelves. The latest scoop? Mead Johnson Nutrition, the company that makes Enfamil, says it did rigorous tests of its formula and hasn’t found any trace of Cronobacter, the bacteria baby Avery had caught. “Mead Johnson can say with confidence that Enfamil Premium Newborn formula, like every infant formula the company produces, is safe,” says the company in a release. See the rest of the statement here.
So are parents switching from Enfamil just to be extra-cautious? Or are they trusting Enfamil’s claims? You tell us!
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