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November 20, 2009: Mead Johnson Nutrition is working with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, Office of Criminal Investigations (FDA), and other law enforcement officials to recover cases of infant formula products that were stolen from a truck stop in Jeffersonville, Ohio, on November 13, 2009. The products stolen were:
|Case UPC #||Can UPC #||Batch #||# of Cases||Product Description|
|049811||0087049801||MLS12||306||Nutramigen® LIPIL® Concentrate 13 oz can|
|869302||0087869342||BKS21||160||Enfamil® Gentlease® LIPIL® powder 12 oz can|
|869302||0087869342||BKS23||64||Enfamil® Gentlease® LIPIL® powder 12 oz can|
|020102||0087020142||QJS09||64||Enfamil A.R.®LIPIL® powder 12.9 oz can|
|127201||0087127241||MKS54||1,530||Enfamil® LIPIL® with Iron Concentrate 13 oz can|
|127103||0087127143||MKS57||75||Enfamil® LIPIL® with Iron Ready to Use 32 oz can|
|127301||0087127341||QKS04||2,720||Enfamil® LIPIL® with Iron Powder 12.9 oz can|
Product batch numbers can be found on both sides of each case, as well as on the bottom of each can.
Consumers should purchase Mead Johnson products only from well established and reputable retailers. If consumers purchase Mead Johnson products from other sources they should inspect the product and label for signs of tampering before opening the product. Mead Johnson infant formula products are packaged in “tamper-evident” cans, meaning that if the package has been opened, it will be evident to the consumers.
Retailers, wholesalers and institutions who receive their product directly from Mead Johnson are not affected by this notification.
Mead Johnson Nutrition and the FDA are asking for the public’s help in reporting any information regarding the stolen Mead Johnson products to FDA’s Office of Criminal Investigations (OCI) by calling (800) 551-3989 or by visiting the OCI website www.fda.gov/OCI.