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Mead Johnson Says Formula is Safe

  Mead Johnson clears its infant formula in a baby's death. Insight on the company's testing for bacteria in a batch of products consumed by a baby who died, with Chris Perille, Mead Johsnon Nutrition vice president of corporate communications.

Bugs in baby formula? Parents worry over recall

Worried parents have bombarded the maker of Similac with phone calls and peppered Facebook and Twitter pages over fears about insects in the top-selling baby formula after millions of cans were recalled. Full story

Buyer beware! Counterfeits could be deadly

  Counterfeit rings are more than just fake purses on Canal Street in New York City, they are now sophisticated, $6 billion-a-year operations that sell everything from faux Botox to botched baby formula, putting Americans at great risk. CNBC’s Carl Quintanilla reports.

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