AUSTRALIA/NEW ZEALAND: ANZFA advises users of Portagen powder to stop using it
The Australia New Zealand Food Authority (ANZFA) today advised users of a nutritional product called Portagen, with the batch code BMC17 marked on the bottom of cans and an expiry date of January 2003, to stop using the product. ANZFA has issued this advice after a premature infant in the US died of a rare form of meningitis after being tube-fed Portagen from this batch.
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