The child died in January, but the FDA says it received a consumer complaint about it on June 10. A spokesman for Abbott told the Journal there was no evidence linking the death to the company’s formulas. The company is already under heavy criticism for what lawmakers see as its slow response to problems at its plant in Sturgis, Michigan.

Two babies died among four who contracted a bacterial infection after consuming formula made at the plant. The FDA earlier announced that two babies had died. The CDC is investigating how the babies contracted the infection. The bacteria was found in the babies' formula. The babies had consumed formula from the plant for at least two weeks.
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