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FDA Bans H&H Infant Cereal

The Food and Drugs Authority (FDA) has ordered for the immediate withdrawal of H&H Corn Milk Infant Cereal and H&H Nutritious Milk Powder from the market.

According to the Authority, it cannot guarantee the nutritional value and suitability of the products imported by the H&H Company Ltd.
“These two products on the market have not been registered by the FDA. The FDA has amongst others directed the importer to immediately ensure the recall and withdrawal of the products from the market”, a press release signed by the Deputy Chief Executive Officer (Food and Safety Division), Mr. John Odame-Darkwah said.

The FDA is therefore cautioning the public against the patronage of the products, adding that, “any person who purchases the said products for consumption by infants therefore does so at his or her own risk.”

The FDA also assured the general public of its readiness to ensure public health and safety at all times.

Source: Graphic Online

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