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FDA warns against using Plug Heist Trap House ‘homemade’ infant formula

The FDA has sent out an alert for parents and caregivers of infants who consume infant formula advising them to stop using “homemade” infant formula from Plug Heist Trap House.

The manufacturer was marketing this product as an infant formula with no product labeling and did not submit the required pre-market notification to the FDA. Homemade infant formulas have not been evaluated by the FDA for safety and may lack nutrients vital to an infant’s growth.

The FDA has determined that this product was not manufactured in compliance with infant formula regulations, was not tested to determine if it meets the nutritional requirements for infant formula, has the potential to cause nutrient deficiencies in infants, and may be contaminated with harmful bacteria.

  • Product: Infant Formula from Plug Heist Trap House EST. 2017
  • Distribution: The product was sold through the firm’s Facebook page, “Stephanie PlugHeist Payton.”

The FDA conducted an investigation earlier this week at the location of the firm, a home residence. The firm committed to no longer manufacturing and selling the product.

Parents and caregivers of infants who have purchased this product should discontinue use and throw it away.

Parents and caregivers of infants who have used this product and are concerned about the health of their child should contact their health care provider.

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