CHICAGO — A company that makes vitamin supplements is recalling some of its gummy products, including a sleep aid for children.
The gummies being recalled are Vitafusion supplements made by Church and Dwight between Oct. 29 and Nov. 3 third of last year. The Food and Drug Administration said they may contain metallic mesh that can damage the digestive track.
One of the products is the 50-count Vitafusion kid’s melatonin.
So far, the company is not aware of any reports of illness or injury.