Heinz Baby Food, Mott’s Fruit Snacks Recalled Over Health Concerns

A Canada-wide recall is in effect for re-sealable squeeze pouches of Mott’s Fruitsations unsweetened strawberry Fruit Rockets product, as well as Heinz’s apple, broccoli, pea and brown rice children’s food, because of possible broken seals which could cause spoilage.

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) is warning the public not to consume any of the recalled products. Children who may have eaten any of the products should be monitored by parents for symptoms such as upset stomach, vomiting and diarrhea.

The Heinz product is for the 128 millilitre package; codes on the product are 2016 MR 03 or 2016 MR 04, and the UPC is 0 57000 02990 6.

Mott’s affected products are the single container, as well as the four pack. The single container is 90 grams, with a code of NO2615 G and UPC code 0 65912 00019 7. The four pack carries the code NO2615 and a UPC of 0 65912 00020 0.

CFIA advises people to either discard the recalled products or return them to where they were purchased. There have been no reported illnesses from the consumption of the recalled products. The recall was spurred by a consumer complaint.