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PLEASE NOTE: Schmidt & Clark, LLP is no-longer accepting potential Similac claims. If you feel that you have a case, we suggest that you locate another law firm experienced in food poisoning litigation.
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September 23, 2010 – This week, Abbott Laboratories initiated a Similac formula recall after the FDA said ingesting contaminated formula could cause internal discomfort and could lead infants to refuse to eat. The products affected are powdered formula (not liquid Similac) and come either in plastic containers or in specific size cans including 8-ounce, 12.4-ounce, and 12.9-ounce cans. To find out if your Similac powder formula is subject to the recall, look on the bottom of the container for a product code that includes eight numbers or letters.