Infant formula recalled over undeclared tyrosine

Infant formula recalled over undeclared tyrosine

Nutricia North America is recalling 94 cans of TYR Anamix Early Years toddler components as a result of the product accommodates undeclared tyrosine, a nonessential amino acid.

Based on the main points revealed on-line by the FDA, the recall was initiated on Could 17, 2023 and is ongoing.

The recalled merchandise have been distributed in Alaska, California, Connecticut, Florida, Illinois, Kansas, Louisiana, Maine, Minnesota, Mississippi, Nebraska, New Mexico, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Vermont, Washington and Puerto Rico.

Recalled product:

  • Web Wt. 14.1 oz (400g) 
  • UPC: 749735002186 
  • Product is a powder packed metallic cans. 6 cans per case.
  • Expiration date: 03/30/2024 
  • Batch/lot code 101175408 
  • Case EAN code: 749735102183 
  • Vendor product code: 90218

Anybody who bought the recalled product ought to instantly get rid of it and never eat it.

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