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Mouldy Ella's Pouch...

(4 Posts)
TheLondoner22 Tue 30-Dec-14 13:09:13

So DS slurping his way through a stage 1 Ella's pouch (no meat) ....

And to my horror I notice green mould all round the bottom shockshockshock

He had about 3/4 of it ... What would you honestly do??

TheLondoner22 Tue 30-Dec-14 13:28:41

On the outside of the packaging, my thoughts are the packaging has split, it was in the cupboard with all the others hmm the contents has leaked out the bottom and the mould has come from that .....

Does that make sense??? confused

Snappynewyear Tue 30-Dec-14 20:54:27

Contact the manufacturer if it was a fault with the packaging. That's awful with baby food.

Re the mould, there's nothing much you can do. It may make DS a bit nauseous and even vomit, but there shouldn't be any major affects. There's nothing medically that can or will be done. If anything more worrying occurs ring 111.

GlitzAndGigglesx Tue 30-Dec-14 20:58:07

There have been a few complaints of mould on the food of Ella's kitchen. Contact them directly

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