Shoppers Drug Mart is recalling certain Abbott brand powdered infant formula.
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The advisory was issued Sunday by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA).
These powdered formulas could be contaminated with Cronobacter sakazakii and Salmonella bacteria.
These products were previously recalled in February 2022, but some of them were mistakenly sold online, according to the CFIA.
Here are the four recalled Abbott products:
– Similac Advance (Stage 1) – Iron Fortified Milk Based Infant Formula – Powder, 964g, UPC 0 55325 00163 8, Codes L28174SH0 and L36099SH0
– Similac Advance (Stage 2) – Iron and Calcium Fortified Milk Based Infant Formula – Powder, 964g, UPC 0 55325 00164 5, Codes L31496SH0, L32642SH0 and L29186SH0
– Similac Alimentum (Step 1) – Hypoallergenic infant formula – powder, 400g, UPC 0 55325 00061 7, Code L35026Z26
– Similac Advance (Stage 2) – Iron and Calcium Fortified Milk Based Infant Formula – Powder, 658g, UPC 0 55325 00077 8, Codes L27887SH0 and L31497SH0