In tales from the scary today, CVS has announced they have pulled all Enfamil products from store shelves nationwide, including right here in Lubbock.

This is because of an incident at a Florida CVS.

From CBS Sacramento:

Alison Denning just had her third baby and says she’s used formula many times before. She says when she went to the CVS to pick up a container of Enfamil baby formula the package looked fine, the protective seal was even intact on the lid.

But when she took it home and opened it up, she noticed something wasn’t right.

“The bag was in it like this, this particular sticker was not fully attached and when I opened it up this seal that wraps around was opened,” she said. “This smells like typical baking flour,” she added pointing to the container she says was tampered with.

It looks like the formula was switched with all-purpose flour, which is not baby formula. There have been reports of the activity taking place all over the country with only one report of a baby getting sick.

CVS expects the product to return to store shelves soon.

So be sure to double check your formula before giving it to your little one!