April 4, 2020

Plum Organics Recalls Little Cremes for Choking Hazard

Plum Organics is recalling its Little Cremes organic rice milk snacks line after it was found the product may have the potential to be a choking hazard. The small, bite-size snack pieces are supposed to soften in a child’s mouth in less than 20 seconds so they are easy to swallow. But some pieces took significantly longer than 20 seconds to soften, making them a potential choking hazard. There have been reports of injuries and complaints from consumers.

The recall affects all Little Cremes varieties, including Super Purples (acai, blackberry & purple carrot), Super Reds (pomegranate, beet & berry), and Super Greens (kale, apple & sweet potato). Baby Little Cremes Sweet Potato Kale Apple in 8 count containers has a unit UPC number of 846675000330, a case UPC number of 846675001559, and best by dates of 05AUG14 to 12AUG15. Baby Little Cremes Blackberry Acai in 8 ounce containers has a unit UPC number of 846675000347, a case UPC number of 846675001542, and best by dates of 05AUG14 to 12AUG15. And Baby Little Cremes Beet Berry Pomegranate in 8 count containers has a UPC number of 846675000323, a case UPC number of 846675001535, and best by dates of 05AUG14 to 12AUG15.

If you purchased these products, dispose of them immediately. They were shipped nationwide to grocery, mass, specialty, and online retailers in the United States. You can see pictures of product labels at the FDA web site.

Plum Little Cremes Recall

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