September 21, 2020

Wellements Iron Drops Are Being Recalled For Undeclared Milk

Wellements LLC of Scottsdale, Arizona is voluntarily recalling Wellements Iron Drops liquid dietary supplement and the sample version called Iron Drops Sample liquid Dietary Supplement because they may contain milk, one of the major food allergens, that is not printed on the label.

Anyone who is allergic to milk or who is lactose intolerance could have a serious allergic reaction if they eat this product. One allergic reaction has been reported to the company.

The recalled Wellements Iron Drops were distributed from May 1, 2019 to July 22, 2020 nationwide through retail stores, Amazon, and The sample was also distributed during that time frame through promotional giveaways in some consumer purchases. This product is used in infants 4 months of age to children up to the age of 3.

Wellements Iron Drops are sold n a 1 ounce glass amber bottle and packaged in an individual product carton that includes a 1 ml oral syringe dispenser. The sample is packaged in a 1 ounce glass amber bottle and includes a 1 ml oral syringe dispenser. The lot coding is located on the bottom of the bottle in yellow ink and on the side, towards the bottom of the carton in black ink. The coding on the product is Iron Drops Lot 18491 BB 1/2021, Iron Drops Lot 10592 BB 10/2020, Iron Drops Sample Lot 10592 BB 10/2020.

Wellements was told that one of the raw material ingredients used in the product was mistakenly blended with lactose by its manufacturer.

Anyone who bought this product with this lot number and who has children who are allergic to milk or have lactose intolerance should stop using it . You can throw it away or you can take it back to the store where you bought it for a full refund.

Wellements Iron Drops Recalled For Undeclared Milk


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