MISSOURI (Indiana’s NewsCenter) - As the investigation into a Missouri newborn's death continues, the company that makes "Enfamil" baby formula insists the product is safe.Officials with "Mead-Johnson" say their tests on a batch of "Enfamil" found none of the bacteria that led to the death of a 10-day-old boy this month.
He died after being fed the formula, which prompted Wal-Mart and other stores to pull the product from its shelves.
The FDA, the CDC and Missouri officials are still investigating. ___
Wal-Mart has pulled a batch of infant formula from store shelves nationwide following the death of a Missouri baby.
Reports say the 10-day-old died from a bacterial infection this week.
Wal-Mart fears he may have gotten sick after being fed "Enfamil" brand formula.
They say the powder came in 12.5-ounce cans with the lot number ZP1K7G.
Health officials are investigating the illness and have not linked it to the formula so far.
There has been no government recall either.