Abbott Labs Infant Formula Ordered Recalled In China For Fronterra Link
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
China authorities ordered Abbott Laboratories to recall two batches of milk powder packaged by New Zealand's Fronterra, the source of a scare concerning infant formula tainted by botulism.
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