Recalls of infant formula are not necessarily a new concept. In 1993, Nursoy Soy Protein, Soylac Powder, and Mead Johnson Nutramigen were recalled. In 1994, Carnation Good Start was recalled. And in 1996, Carnation Follow-up and Alsoy Soy Formula were recalled.
For a longer list, please refer to the following link. http://www.breastfeeding.com/advocacy/advocacy_recalls.html
Hmmm, that’s an interesting question…because the FDA actually allows a small percentage of insects and rodents in most factory produced products like that. Also interesting because Beetles are notorious for being crushed up and put INTO foods as a color additive (as a way of releasing the chitin from their exoskeletons).
Interestingly, after scanning a few pages of the Food Safety recall page, I didn’t see any other recalls due to Beetles or insects (except in pet food). Most food recalls are due to salmonella, including a big egg recall that occurred recently. In that case, the eggs were suspected of containing salmonella, but the questioned facilities were covered in manure and rats. eww.
Food Safety Recall List: http://www.fda.gov/Safety/Recalls/default.htm?Page=2
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