After a 10-day old baby boy died in Missouri, Walmart has removed a specific batch of Enfamil baby formula from its stores nationwide. Enfamil Newborn 12.5 ounce canisters with lot number ZP1K7g have been pulled from Walmart shelves.
If you have Enfamil Newborn with this lot number, you should contact your pediatrician to determine what is best to feed your infant. Remove the formula from the kitchen and store it out of reach of other family members who might not be aware that it should not be fed to your baby. Remember, infants need nourishment every few hours so talk to your doctor’s office immediately if you have any questions. You can also call Enfamil at 1-800-BABY-123 (1-800-222-9123).
If your baby has been seriously injured or died due to drinking unsafe formula, contact the Oklahoma and Arkansas personal injury lawyers at Carr & Carr Attorneys. We can help you if you live in Missouri, Arkansas, Oklahoma or across the U.S. Email us or call 1-877-392-4878 to speak with an attorney who can help protect your rights and determine what legal action you need to take. Our offices are located in Springdale in Northwest Arkansas, and Oklahoma City and Tulsa in Oklahoma.
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