Nurture, Inc. Issues Voluntary Recall
Nurture, Inc. has voluntarily recalled HappyTot and HappyBaby pouch meals due to defective packaging. The recall is a precautionary measure. No illnesses have been reported. Recalled packages may swell or leak and could be contaminated with bacteria. Nurture is offering a full refund or exchange for the recalled product or any package that is swollen or leaking.
About 215 to 250 units of HappyTot and HappyBaby pouches were affected by the manufacturing error that caused the defect. The recalled products are HAPPYTOT Stage 4 and HAPPYBABY Stage 1 and Stage 2. They are have expiration dates between November 2010 and January 2011. They and were sold in late December, 2009 and early January, 2010 in Target and Whole Foods stores in several states.
Nurture has tested some of its affected pouches and did find bacteria that should not be in the food, but that should also be harmless if consumed. Even so, those who have the affected pouches of HappyBaby and HappyTot are advised not to consume the food or feed it to their children. It can be returned to the place of purchase for a refund or consumers can contact Nurture directly for a refund or exchange.
Nurture says it has identified the resolved the problem with the packaging.
Flavors included in the recall are:
- Green bean, pear & peas
- Sweet potato, carrot, apple & cinnamon
- Spinach, mango & pear
- Butternut squash & apple
- Banana, peach, coconut & prunes
- Banana, peach & mango
- Spinach Mango Pear
- Apricot Sweet Potato
If you believe that your child has become ill from eating recalled Nurture products or any other product that was discovered to be defective or dangerous in any way, please contact the experienced defective products attorneys at Schlichter, Bogard & Denton, serving clients nationwide.