Gerber recalls pouches due to potential for spoilage

Popular baby food company, Gerber, announced a voluntary recall of some food pouches designed for toddlers because a container defect could cause the food to spoil.

Gerber Products Company said the recall impacts two flavors of its GERBER® Organic 2ND FOODS® Pouches: Pears, Carrots & Peas, 3.5 ounce pouches, and Carrots, Apples and Mangoes, 3.5 ounce pouches.

The company said it discovered a packaging defect that could cause the product to spoil. The company said it will offer replacement coupons for anyone who bought the recalled pouches.

Gerber said, if a pouch is spoiled, it may appear bloated and the product inside may have an off taste or smell. The company said it received three reports from consumer of temporary gastrointestinal symptoms, but a link between those cases and the product have not been confirmed. 

GERBER® Organic 2ND FOODS® Pouches –Pears, Carrots & Peas, 3.5 ounce pouch UPC 15000074319

Best By dates/batch codes

- 12JUL2016 51945335XX
- 13JUL 2016 51955335XX

GERBER® Organic 2ND FOODS® Pouches- Carrots, Apples and Mangoes, 3.5 ounce pouch UPC 15000074395

Best By dates/batch codes

- 13JUL2016 51955335XX
- 14JUL2016 51965335XX

The recalled products were distributed to stores across the U.S. and online. Anyone who bought the recalled product can get a replacement coupon by calling 1-800-706-0556.

For more information from the FDA, visit http://www.fda.gov/Safety/Recalls/ucm492260.htm?source=govdelivery&utm_medium=email&utm_source=govdelivery

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