What is being recalled?
According to the US Food and Drug Administration, Standard Homeopathic Company, working with the FDA, is recalling its Hyland’s Teething Tablets. This recall was released October 23, 2010.
What’s the problem?
According to the press release, “Adverse events have been reported but the FDA has said that a conclusive link to Teething Tablets has not been determined. The company, in working with the FDA, has identified manufacturing processes of Teething Tablets that can be improved to ensure uniformity in dosage.”
The release also said “In addition to the product recall, Standard Homeopathic Company is refining its production, packaging and testing protocols. Throughout the process, Standard Homeopathic Company will continue to closely monitor and evaluate the situation and consult with FDA.”
Which specific teething tablets are involved in this recall?
The following sizes and their UPC codes are all being recalled:
125 tablets, UPC 3 54973 75041
250 tablets, UPC 3 54973 75042
125 tablets, UPC 3 54973 75066
50 tablets, UPC 3 54973 75044
145 tablets, UPC 3 54973 75121
Clip Strip 6×125 tablets, UPC 3 54973 35109
What do I do now?
If you have one of these packages of teething tablets, contact the Standard Homeopathic Company to find out how to get your refund or replacement, or how to dispose of the tablets. You can call them at 877-496-5044 or visit www.hylandsteething.com/recall.
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