Plum Organics Announced 2009 Baby Food Recall


The founder of Plum Organics of Emeryville, California, announced a voluntary recall of its Apple & Carrot baby Food in Portable Pouches products. No illnesses or side effects have been reported or associated with ingestion of these baby food items.

The baby foods recalled include the 4.22 ounce pouches of Plum Organics Apple & Carrot Baby Food in Portable Pouches that are stamped with the “best by” date of May 21, 2010 and the following UPC number on the bottom of the package: 890180001221. Plum Organics has conducted extensive testing of samples of all of their products produced both before and after this specific batch of baby food, and all samples were deemed safe and within standards.


Consumers are invited to return any Plum Organics Apple & Carrot baby food in a pouch that has the designated “best by” date and UPC code to Toys-R-Us or Babies-R-Us for a full refund. Anyone who wants more information about this baby food recall can contact Plum Organics at [email protected]

Plum Organics, which makes a line of certified organic baby foods that contain no trans fats, high fructose corn syrup, or artificial ingredients and does not use BPA packaging, noted in a company news release that a mixing error that resulted in an improper blend of carrots and apples is the cause of the recall. The Apple & Carrot Food in Portable Pouches is one of six such products offered by Plum Organics and is the only product involved in the recall.

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