Wanabana, a children’s food retailer, issued a nationwide recall on their apple cinnamon fruit puree pouches due to elevated levels of lead being present. Vulnerable populations, like young children and pregnant women, who consume this product could develop acute lead poisoning.
The FDA issued an advisory letter encouraging parents and caregivers to not buy Wanabana’s recalled products.
Our skilled product liability attorneys are aggressively investigating claims of lead poisoning associated with the consumption of recalled Wanabana products. David B. Rheingold, one of our lead attorneys in this litigation, can help you navigate the litigation process.
Lead, a naturally occurring element, is found in many different places, like dust, air, soil, water and food. It is toxic to adults and children even at very low levels. The health effects of lead poisoning, which are outlined below, are well documented, but cases of lead contamination still arise.
Long-term exposure for pregnant women can:
If you or someone you loved was injured by lead poisoning after consuming Wanabana, contact Rheingold Giuffra Ruffo & Plotkin LLP. We start working with clients immediately to generate proof they used a dangerous product and continue to investigate and follow health status throughout the litigation process. You can call one of our New York injury lawyers at (212) 684-1880.
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