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Voluntary Recall on HappyTot and Happy Baby Pouch Meals

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This recall is being issued by: Food and Drug Administration

Recalled on: January 13, 2010

Description: HappyTot Stage 4 and HappyBaby Stage 1 & 2 pouch meals are being voluntarily recalled by Nurture, Inc. due to defective packaging which could lead to bacteria contamination of the product. The items being recalled have the expiration dates between November 2010 and January 2011 and may include the following:
          
          --Green bean, pear & peas, NET WT. 4.22 OZ. (120g), UPC 8 52697 00127 9;
          --Sweet potato, carrot, apple & cinnamon, NET WT. 4.22 OZ. (120g), UPC 8 52697 00128 6;
          --Spinach, mango & pear, NET WT. 4.22 OZ. (120g), UPC 8 52697 00129 3;
          --Butternut squash & apple, NET WT. 4.22 OZ. (120g), UPC 8 52697 00130 9;
          --Banana, peach, coconut & prunes, NET WT. 4.22 OZ. (120g), UPC 8 52697 00131 6;
          --Banana, peach & mango, NET WT. 4.22 OZ. (120g), UPC 8 52697 00132 3
          --Mango, NET WT. 3.5 OZ. (99g), UPC 8 52697 00134 7
          --Spinach Mango Pear, NET WT. 3.5 OZ. (99g), UPC 8 52697 00139 2
          --Apricot Sweet Potato, NET WT. 3.5 OZ. (99g), UPC 8 52697 00136 1

Have this product?: Return the product to the place of purchase for a complete refund. Consumers may also contact
      
Helen Bernstein from Nurture, Inc. at 212-374-2779 for refunds or exchanges. Do not feed child food from any package that is swollen or leaking.
                                                                                                                                         

To learn more on this recall visit: http://www.fda.gov/Safety/Recalls/ucm197522.htm

The recall presented here has been obtained directly from the
U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA),a division of the Department Health and Human Services responsible for monitoring medications, biological products, medical devices, food, cosmetics, and products that emit radiation. 

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