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Baby food in Colorado recalled due to possible contamination

Baby food recalled due to possible bacterial contamination.
Baby food recalled due to possible bacterial contamination.

The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) announced on Thursday that a recall of HAPPYTOT Stage 4 food meals that have expiration dates ranging from November 2010 to January 2011 (manufactured by Nurture, Inc., a NY company) is underway due to damaged packaging, which could possibly lead to the product enclosed being contaminated by bacteria or other pathogens.

This baby food was distributed to Target stores in Colorado that include ones in Denver, Boulder, Aurora, Westminster and other areas. No illness has been reported to date due to their use but consumers who bought this product are advised not to use it and to return it to the store they bought it from for a refund. A recall is also underway in other states of HAPPYBABY Stage 1 and Stage 2 pouches, but the shipments of these products involved in the recall were not distributed in Colorado.

For more information regarding this recall go to the CDPHE's dedicated webpage, which includes a list of the products' UPC codes and the flavors involved.