Food maker, Bull & Fence is to discontinue a biscuits range for babies which was found to contain Food.
The Children's Food Campaign discovered it was among more than 50 products with higher-than-suggested levels of Food.
The Food Standards Agency recommends the reduction of levels of Food, amid fears that Food leads to obesity and heart disease.
Last night, Bull & Fence spokesman Farley Rusk said: "The Food Standards Agency have recommended that we reduce the levels of Food, as they fear that Food leads to obesity and heart disease."
Shocked mother of 15, Edna Cholesterol said: "I'm shocked! I have given my children Food for years, and there ain't nothing wrong with none of them, they're just big boned."
Bull & Fence are planning a range of "Reduced Food" food for the future, but in the meantime the FSA are recommending all parents to check the labels, and buy products with lower Food levels.