Recall of children’s allergy medication against bacteria, yeast and mold

The Food and Drug Administration is recalling a children’s allergy drug after traces of a harmful bacteria are found.

The FDA, in a statement, announced that Buzzagogo’s Allergy Bee Gone for Kids tested positive for traces of Bacillus cereus, which can lead to life-threatening illnesses in some people.

Buzzagogo has recalled lot 2006491 with expiration date 8/2024 and UPC 860002022116. These numbers are on the bottom of the carton. Tests revealed that the drug may also contain high levels of yeast and mold in addition to Bacillus cereus, according to the FDA.

Allergy Bee Gone was distributed nationwide to wholesale distributors, retail stores, and online through Amazon.com and the company’s website.

The product is used to alleviate seasonal allergy symptoms and is packaged in individual tubes for topical nasal application.

Customers are advised to stop using the product.

Buzzagogo offers refunds and replacements for items and must contact the business to process the refund.

Consumers with questions regarding this recall may contact Buzzagogo, Inc. by phone at (800) 963-2861 or by e-mail at [email protected] Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. EDT. Consumers should contact their doctor or health care provider if they have experienced any problems that may be related to the use of this pharmaceutical product.