Product recall: this batch of Laboratoire Gallia brand milk powder for premature babies should no longer be consumed
This Saturday, January 28, the Gallia Laboratory recalled a batch of milk powder for premature babies for “suspicion of bacteriological contamination”.
Great vigilance is required. Following a suspicion of bacteriological contamination, a batch of powdered milk of the Laboratoire Gallia brand should no longer be consumed, the health authorities announced on Saturday January 28.
“As a precautionary measure and pending the results of investigations carried out by the health authorities in two health establishments at the Meeting and in Mayotte”, the product indicated is the subject of a “recall for suspicion of bacteriological contamination”, detailed the government site Rappel Conso.
The recall concerns 400 gram cans of “Pré-Gallia Bébé Expert” powdered milk with batch number 2023.07.13 and GTIN code (identifier) 3041091470263.
Pre-Gallia Baby Expert – Gallia Laboratory
Risks: Other biological contaminants
Reason: As a precaution and pending the results of investigations carried out by the health authorities in 2 establishments…https://t.co/9Vqrw9QefP pic.twitter.com/KguhSwL6b0
– ReminderConso (@RemConso) January 27, 2023
These boxes have been marketed since February 2, 2022, throughout France.
Anyone who purchased the product should not consume itmust return it to the point of sale or contact consumer services.
“Parents, whose children have consumed this batch of the product mentioned above and who present symptoms, are invited to consult their doctor as a precaution”, specified Rappel Conso.
“No other infant milk reference (powder or liquid) from the Laboratoire Gallia and Bledina brand is affected by this recall,” added the government site.