"Comforts for Baby purified water with fluoride" was sold in one-gallon, clear containers, with sell-by dates of April 26 to October 10, 2018, a UPC code of 0 41260 37597 2 and Plant code of 514140.
The gallon size of "Comforts For Baby purified water with flouride" tested positive for Talaromyces penicillium, a mold known to cause systemic mycosis, a fungal infection that affects the internal organs. The water is sold in clear containers, but the FDA says the mold may not be visible with the naked eye.
Testing by Kroger determined the mold is Talaromyces penicillium and can not be seen by the naked eye.
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It has a sell by date ranging from April 26, 2018 - Oct 10, 2018.
The UPC Code is 0 41260 37597 2 and the plant code 51-4140. Even those who aren't allergic might get symptoms such as eye, skin and throat irritation.
Kroger has pulled the product from its shelves.
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Babies with already compromised immune systems are also at increased risk.
A recall of the water was first announced in July, but it was not immediately known if the new recall is connected to the former one.
The product was distributed to Kroger stores in Alabama and Tennessee along with 12 other states.
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The FDA told all consumers who purchased this water-not just those who see discoloration-to return it to the store for a refund.