Infant Motrin with potential contamination to be recalled

Multinational company Johnson & Johnson is recalling 200,000 infant Motrin bottles because it may contain plastic particles, a report from CNN stated on Saturday, September 7.

Customers were asked to stop using the pain reliever and fever reducer infant drops that is under recall, especially the berry-flavored drops that are possibly contaminated with plastic specs, J&J said. Retailers were also asked by the manufacturer to stop selling the recalled products. On their website, J&J said consumers’ health and well-being is their number one priority and that their consumer care center is open regarding refund inquiry.

Lot numbers of the recalled products were identified as DCB3T01, DDB4R01 and DDB4S01, which can be found on the half ounce bottles.

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