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Nutramigen with Probiotic LGG Powder Recall (Update)

Reckitt/Mead Johnson announced on December 30, 2023, that out of an abundance of caution it has chosen to voluntarily recall select batches of Nutramigen LGG powder, a specialty infant formula for the dietary management of Cows Milk Allergy (CMA), due to a remote possibility of cross-contamination
with Cronobacter sakazakii in products sampled outside the U.S. The impacted batch codes are in the list below. All products being recalled went through extensive testing by both Reckitt/Mead Johnson and the US FDA and tested negative for the bacteria. No illnesses or adverse consumer reactions have been

The select products in question can be identified by batch codes, UPC Code, and a “Use By Date” shown in the list below, which are also located at the bottom of the product can. 

No other Nutramigen powder batches, Nutramigen Ready to Use, Nutramigen concentrate, or any other Reckitt/Mead Johnson formula products are impacted.
Reckitt/Mead Johnson does not expect this voluntary recall to have any additional impact on future supply. We will continue to produce all Nutramigen products at full capacity.

It is believed that much, if not all, of the affected batches of product, have been consumed without any reports of illnesses or adverse events.

If parents have any questions, they should consult with their healthcare provider or contact us at 866-534-9986 24/7 or by email at

WIC consumers who purchased Nutramigen powder should check the bottom of the can to identify whether the batch number is affected. Consumers with products containing the batch codes listed above should contact Reckitt/Mead Johnson at 866-534-9986 or for return instructions and replacement productsrecall