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Recall: StemAlive 90 capsules contain undeclared milk

Jan. 22, 2014 at 2:16 AM

ONTARIO, Calif., Jan. 22 (UPI) -- Stemvida International Corp. in California recalled its StemAlive 90 capsules because they contain undeclared milk, company officials say.

People who have an allergy or severe sensitivity to milk run the risk of serious or life-threatening allergic reaction if they ingest the supplements. The other ingredients that comprise the product were not disclosed.

The product is in a white plastic bottle with white lid, the brand is StemVida International with a white and gold label.

The lot numbers and expiration dates are 8419 (Exp.05/2015 and 06/2015), 8486 (Exp.07/2015), 8535 (Exp. 08/2015), 8598 (Exp. 10/2015), 8652 (Exp. 12/2015), 8863 (Exp. 01/2016 and 02/2016), 8872 (Exp. 03/2016), 8873 (Exp. 04/2016 and 05/2016), 9040 (Exp. 08/2016 and 09/2016), 9258 (Exp. 10/2016) and 9314 (Exp. 11/2016). The lot number and expiration date is printed in black ink at the bottom of the label.

The product is in a white plastic bottle with white lid, the brand is StemVida International with a white and gold label. The lot numbers and expiration dates are 8419 (Exp.05/2015 and 06/2015), 8486 (Exp.07/2015), 8535 (Exp. 08/2015), 8598 (Exp. 10/2015), 8652 (Exp. 12/2015), 8863 (Exp. 01/2016 and 02/2016), 8872 (Exp. 03/2016), 8873 (Exp. 04/2016 and 05/2016), 9040 (Exp. 08/2016 and 09/2016), 9258 (Exp. 10/2016) and 9314 (Exp. 11/2016). The lot number and expiration date is printed in black ink at the bottom of the label.

StemAlive was distributed in: Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, New Jersey, New York, Nevada, Oklahoma, Texas and Utah.

No illnesses had been reported, the company said.

Consumers who have purchased StemAlive 90 Capsules are urged to return it to the company for replacement or refund. Consumers with questions may contact the company at 1-888-950-8432 between the hours of 9 a.m. and 8:30 p.m. PST.

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