(CNN) - About five million cans of Similac powdered infant formula are being recalled.
Abbott Laboratories says a beetle was found in the product made at a manufacturing plant in Michigan.
The recall includes certain Similac powder that comes in 8 ounce, 12.4 ounce, and 12.9 ounce cans.
None of the liquid formula is affected.
The company has stopped production and shipment of the affected formula, and the plant is being fumigated.
The FDA said that if anyone ate this type of beetle, it could irritate the GI tract, causing a lose of appetite.
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