FDA warns – Goat Milk Formula Recipe Kit recalled by Healthwest Minerals, Inc. dba Mt. Capra Products due to insufficient nutrition as infant formula

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is advising consumers against using Goat Milk Formula Recipe Kit by Healthwest Minerals, Inc., d/b/a Mt. Capra Products, because the product was found to be insufficient as infant formula.

On May 10, 2024, the Chehalis, Washington-based company announced that it was recalling 1,506 boxes of the product on the recommendation of the FDA, which found the formula lacking in FDA requirements for infant formula. In addition to being insufficient in nutrition, the product’s storage instructions was also determined to be incomplete.

Officials say that infants who are fed the product without being supplemented with an additional source of iron are prone to iron deficiency anemia and feeding intolerance over time.

Affected boxes of Goat Milk Formula Kit, in 10 lb, 8 oz packages, were made available for purchase via Mt. Capra’s online store at mtcapra.com, as well as in a Chehalis, Washington retail store during the May 1, 2023 to May 1, 2024 time period.

Consumers should note that products whose cases bear the following lot codes, as seen in the product photo included in the FDA announcement, are covered under the recall:

13150423, 13150723, 13151223, 13151323, 13151623, 13151823, 13151923, 13152123, 13152423, 13152523, 13152623, 13152823, 13153023, 13153123, 13153423, 13153523, 13153723, 13153923, 13154123, 13154423, 13154523, 13154723, 13154923, 13155023, 13155223, 13150124, 13150424, 13150624, 13150924, 13151024, 13151124, 13151224, 13151424, 13151624, 13151724, 13151824.

Through the FDA, Mt. Capra was first alerted of a single report of anemia in one infant, whose caregivers had substituted a number of ingredients in the Goat Milk Formula Recipe Kit and recipe with a multivitamin from a different brand, whose product was found to be insufficient of vitamin B12 and folate, which led to the anemia in the child.

In response to the report, the firm and the FDA are asking consumers not to administer this product to infants under 12 months of age. Customers who have fed their infant a prepared Mt. Capra formula from an affected Goat Milk Formula Recipe Kit are asked to consult their healthcare provider about whether it is advisable to test for nutritional deficiencies.

The company recommends that customers discard or return any unused product. Further recall-related questions can be directed to company representative Joe Stout at 360-748-4224, Monday through Friday, from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Pacific Time. Emails can also be sent to orders@mtcapra.com.


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