When Meghan Davis poured some Gerber Puffs cereal onto her six-month-old son’s prime chair tray past month, she was once stunned and terrified by means of what she noticed.
The Texas resident turned her back for a second after pouring, and when she turned again around, that is when she spotted what looked like a pill a few of the scattered pieces of cereal. “I went down to achieve to grab one to place it as much as his mouth and there used to be a white bite sitting there,” she mentioned.
“Oh, I used to be terrified. Bless his heart, I yanked him out of the highchair and nearly scrubbed the skin off of his hands because the puffs had shared the same container,” she added.
When she dumped the remainder of the bottle’s contents, she says she discovered some other white chunk. A consultant from Gerber came to assemble and check it after she called the company and showed it was once Tylenol 3 with Codeine.
Gerber has since said that their Puffs cereal is made on a dedicated baby food line, their team wears shirts without a pockets so nothing can fall in, and that the bottles are scanned and checked for foreign items. On the other hand, other parents have claimed that the similar factor happened to them.
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According to NBC five, Gerber has confirmed another case of a pill being present in its cereal in Canada. The news group also got a police document made in Illinois by a father who claimed to have pulled a pill out of his son’s mouth after he ate a handful of the puffs.
— Cristin Severance (@SeveranceCBS11) 27 février 2017