|TRUE: Nestlé France recalled a batch of banana baby food in June 2011 because a piece of glass was found in one jar.|
|FALSE: Gerber recalled a batch of banana baby food because it may contain glass.|
PRODUCT RECALL. Important alert for all parents, Nestle is asking everyone to return all banana baby food expiring 2012; they may contain pieces of glass. Please copy and paste for all moms and babies safety. bar code 7613033089732.
[Collected via e-mail, July 2011]
IMPORTANT ALERT: Gerber is asking everyone to return all banana baby food expiring 2012; they may contain pieces of glass. Barcode 7613033089736. Please pass on!
[Collected via e-mail, November 2012]
NEWBORNS!!!!! URGENT!!!! For all parents Nestle is asking everyone to return all GERBER BANANA BABY FOOD Expiring 2012 because they may contain glass. Please copy and paste for all babies safety. Batch code 761303308973, even if you are not a parent please copy you could save a baby's life,,
Origins: On 30 June 2011, Nestlé France announced it had voluntarily recalled one batch of its P’tit Pot recette Banane baby food following the discovery of glass in the product by a consumer. While the find was confined to one piece of glass in only one jar, nevertheless the company instituted a recall of the entire batch, which amounted to more than 30,000 containers of baby food. The bar code on the recalled products was
To date, no other bits of glass have been found in other jars.
Said Nestlé of its recall of the suspect batch:
Simply put, if the baby food you're concerned about doesn't look like the picture shown in this article, don't worry about it.
One piece of glass. One jar. In banana baby food sold only in France.
Barbara "baby food for thought" Mikkelson
Last updated: 13 November 2012
Harrington, Rory, "Nestle Orders French Baby Food Recall on Glass Contamination Fears." FoodProductionDaily.com. 30 June 2011.