By Holly Lebowitz Rossi
December 27, 2011

A week after Wal-Mart stores pulled cans of Enfamil powdered formula in the wake of a newborn's death, the company that manufactures the formula said it had conducted extensive lab tests, finding the product to be safe.

The company, Mead Johnson, tested for an environmental bacterium called Cronobacter, which can be fatal, and found no traces of it in the samples they tested.

Image: Powdered infant formula, via Shutterstock.


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