A Sydney mother has suggested that S-26 should recall a batch of its infant formula after she discovered a dead lizard in a newly purchased tin.
Artilina Castanares opened the new tin on Friday and discovered the dead lizard, then immediately contacted the company’s head office, Aspen Australia, which advised her that a response could take six to eight weeks, the SMH reports.
“I’m in shock,” Castanares said. "You don’t take any risk when it comes to our children. In the meantime, you would be recalling the product or at least that batch.”
The S-26 Original Process formula is made and packaged in Singapore.