MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Walmart has pulled all of the Enfamil Newborn Baby Formula from store shelves after the death of a newborn.

On Sunday, a 10-day old boy died in Lebanon, Mo.

It’s suspected the infant got an infection from the formula.

The company that makes Enfamil said the batch Walmart pulled tested negative for the bacterium.

An investigation into the source of the deadly infection is still ongoing.

The government hasn’t ordered a recall of the 12.5-ounce cans with the lot number ZP1K7G.

Comments (3)
  1. Rocky says:

    was any part of that formula made in CHINA???? I would not dough it, think before u buy from wal-mart, where 80% of it’s junk comes from china…Next time your up there read the lables on the goods “made in china”

  2. mr obvious says:

    Formula probably made in china. You get what you pay for. Resist and breast feed lazy ladies. Don’t want to breast feed. Then don’t have kids.

  3. Makvandi says:

    wow im shocked by your comment of calling people lazy for not breast feeding i tried my hardest to beast feed my kid but come to find out he was tong tied and could not latch on. so not every mother is lazy. and before they clipped the skin under his tong all i could do was bottle feed him. i tried breast pumping daily but i just quit producing milk after about 3 months. and just because some choose to bottle feed doesn’t make them a bad parent. anything you buy can have some sorta reaction or consequence. My prayers go out to the family who lost their son.

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