Due to the Bureau of Food and Drug's (BFAD) directive, Wyeth Philippines, Inc makes a recall for its formula which may have been exposed to moisture from May 23,2006 to July 26,2006. The recall results from rust and/or mold found on some of the milk containers. It said in its public announcement that…
"If you have any of the following Wyeth formula: Bonna, Bonamil, Bonakid, Promil, Promil Gold, Progress Gold and Promil Kid carrying one of the lot numbers listed herein, please return it to an authorized Wyeth distributor or retailer for replacement. You may also call the Wyeth Careline at 81-WYETH (8199384) or the toll free number 1-800-10-8842222 for immediate assistance 24 hours a day, seven days a week."
I can't include the complete listing of the lot numbers here but you can find them in Manila Bulletin (June 26, 2007 edition). One other way is to check the manufacturing date at the bottom of the can if it was manufactured between May 2006 to July 2006.
Last year, my daughter used to drink Progress Gold but due to frequent stomach ailments, I had her shift to Anchor 3+ instead. But I don't remember anything unusual with the cans or the formula inside. Why are they doing the recall just now? Most cans must have been consumed by now.