When you open up a pre-packaged snack for your child, you don't expect to find a foreign piece in it. Unfortunately, it does happen and one mom in West Texas is sharing her story to warn other parents.
Meghan Davis had the surprise of her life after she poured some Gerber Puffs for her 6-month-old son to snack on.
She found pieces of a white pill among the cereal puffs. "I went down to reach to grab one to put it up to his mouth and there was a white chunk sitting there," she told NBC 5.
The alarmed mom reported the incident instantly and sent the pill for testing.
According to NBC 5, Gerber responded with a statement clarifying that "Puffs are made on a dedicated baby food line with no pills. Its staff wears shirts with no pockets so nothing can fall in, and Gerber says the bottles are scanned and checked for any foreign objects before they leave."
Click on the next page to find out what happened after the the test results were released.