The FDA and CDC both have confirmed that the Enfamil powdered formula is not tainted as previously reported.
U.S. federal health investigators have now cleared an infant formula of suspected bacterial contamination that last week prompted retailers to pull a batch of the product from their store shelves.
A newborn baby had died of a rare infection called Enterobacter Sakazakii last week and another baby had test positive for the same infection.
It is still unclear what caused this rare infection to occur in these infants. They also ruled out the nursery water from being contaminated.
Could it have been transferred by someone not washing their hands? Or what equipment was used to boil the water in? What do you think?