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Posted February 1, 2013

Lactase Enzyme Supplement Recalled

On November 13, 2012, Cardinal Health issued a voluntary recall of specific lots of Dairy Aid Lactase Enzyme Supplement 3,000 FCC Unit caplets because they are incorrectly labeled as 9,000 FCC Unit caplets.

The recalled caplets are white, oblong and imprinted with “RP143,” and bear the following batch numbers, lot numbers, and expiration dates:

Batch# M675030, Lot # 10627AA, Exp Date 11/2012

Batch# M679370, Lot # 10627BA, Exp Date 12/2012

Batch# M675020, Lot # 10627A, Exp Date 11/2012

Batch# M679360, Lot # 10627B, Exp Date 12/2012

Batch# M707960, Lot # 10627C, Exp Date 3/2013

Batch# M712800, Lot # 11469A, Exp Date 3/2013

Batch# M740490, Lot # 11464B, Exp Date 6/2013

Batch# M743510, Lot # 13973A, Exp Date 7/2013

Lactase is an enzyme which helps to break down lactose, a sugar found in milk and milk-based foods.

See ConsumerLab.com’s Review of Lactase Supplements for tests of related products.

For more information about this recall, use the link below.