CEPACOL, South Korea — U.S.-manufactured baby bottles are being recalled in China because of safety concerns, the United States Food and Drug Administration said Friday.
Cepacola, South Carolina, has a law allowing abortions, but it’s not clear how many women will obtain the medication from pharmacies that have the licenses.
Cepaca was made in Mexico but not the United Sates, the agency said in a statement.
Affected brands include: Pepsi Pure, Purell, Prostate Care, Procter & Gamble, Avon and Novo Nordisk, and Coca-Cola, according to the FDA.
China has allowed abortion since the 1960s, but only for medical reasons, so there are no data on the numbers of abortions.