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GRAFENWÖHR, Germany — The Defense Commissary Agency will resume selling certain cans of Enfamil baby formula it had pulled from stores now that government regulators have determined the product was not the origin of a bacteria that sickened four children in the U.S. in recent weeks.

DeCA pulled from its shelves on Dec. 23 cans of Enfamil Newborn powder that matched the lot number of a batch tested by the Food and Drug Administration and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. DeCA called the move a precaution while testing was under way.

Fourteen of the agency’s stores discovered cans from the lot, according to a DeCA spokesman. All were in the U.S.

The testing was conducted after four children in different states were sickened in recent weeks with Cronobacter bacteria. The FDA announced the test results on Dec. 30. It said the four cases appeared unrelated

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