CONSUMER ALERT: Beech-Nut Recalls Baby Food for Tiny Bits of Glass

Posted on behalf of Jeff Pitman on April 15, 2015 in Product Recalls
Updated on April 25, 2024

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Roughly 1,920 pounds of baby food has been voluntarily recalled due to the possibility it may contain small fragments of glass, the manufacturer announced April 13.

The recalled product is called Stage 2 Beech-Nut CLASSICS Sweet Potato & Chicken; the 4-ounce jars product number is 12395750815 and the expiration date is listed as December 2016.

The manufacturer, Beech-Nut, confirmed the recall and the identifying information in a statement prepared for the press. The statement was released through the Food Safety and Inspection Service of the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

According to official reports, there has been one injury reported. The affected products have been shipped nationwide. The recall has been classified as a Class I, which means it is a hazardous situation with high risk to consumers health.

Consumers with questions about the recall are being urged to contact the Beech-Nut Consumer Hotline at (866) 674-4446.

The product liability attorneys at Pitman, Kalkhoff, Sicula & Dentice believe that manufacturers, distributors and retailers have a legal and ethical obligation to create, produce and sell reasonably safe products that will not cause harm or injury to a consumer.

When an innocent child is injured, we believe the negligent party should be held responsible for their carelessness.

If you purchased Stage 2 Beech-Nut CLASSICS Sweet Potato & Chicken baby food, discard it immediately. If your child was harmed by ingesting the affected product, you have a right to seek compensation and justice on their behalf.

Contact a personal injury attorney from Pitman, Kalkhoff, Sicula & Dentice today for a FREE review of your case. We never charge any fees up front and the details of your case are always confidential. Find out if we can help you today.

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