Formula recalls

January 1998
Mothering;Jan/Feb98, Issue 86, p62
Presents issues regarding unsafe soy-based infant formulas in several places. High levels of phytoestrogen hormones found in soy-based infant formulas in New Zealand; Aluminum contamination of soy-based infant formulas in Canada; Recalled cans of Carnation Follow-Up Formula.


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