After the recall, Beech-Nut decided to leave the baby food market indefinitely
In 2021, the baby food companies Maple Island Inc. and Beech-Nut Nutrition Company voluntarily recalled multiple lines of products. While the former recalled 3 lots of Parent’s Choice Rice Baby Cereal because of high levels of arsenic, the latter recalled one lot of Beech-Nut Stage 1, Single Grain Rice Cereal for the same reason. Furthermore, it also decided to exit the baby food market.
The products recalled by Maple Island Inc. are 8 oz. lots that were sold after April 5, 2021, more specifically:
- Lot 21083 with UPC Code #00681131082907 with a best if used by date of JUN 24 2022
- Lot 21084 with UPC Code #00681131082907 with a best if used by date of JUN 25 2022
- Lot 21242 with UPC Code #00681131082907 with a best if used by date of NOV 30 2022
The products recalled by Beech-Nut Nutrition Company had UPC Code# 52200034705 and 01 MAY 2022 as expiration dates, with the codes 103470XXXX and 093470XXXX. Until now, these are the only baby food products that have been the subject of a recall in the U.S.
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