Tuesday , 24 April 2018

Recalls-Consumer Alert

CLICK HERE FOR THE OFFICIAL RECALL SITE.

THIS WEEK’S PRODUCT RECALLS:

Tainted, chopped romaine lettuce grown in Yuma, Arizona, is the source of an E.coli outbreak that has sickened at least 53 people in 16 states. No recall has been issued because The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has been unable to identify a specific grower, supplier, distributor or brand responsible for the contaminated lettuce. But officials warned consumers to avoid and throw out any pre-cut romaine lettuce from the region, even if some of it was eaten and no one has gotten sick. If you cannot confirm the source of the romaine lettuce, do not buy it or eat it, the CDC said in a statement. CLICK HERE.

Great To Go Market District ready-to-eat salad products sold at Giant Eagle may be contaminated with E. coli. CLICK HERE.

Polaris Ranger XP Recreational Off-Highway Vehicles because the center seat belt bracket can separate from the frame, posing an injury hazard to the riders. CLICK HERE.

Polaris Phoenix 200 All-Terrain Vehicles because the throttle limiter can fail due to damage during shipping, posing a crash hazard. CLICK HERE.

Boost Me Mighty Meaty Beef Topper Meal Enhancer for dogs sold via Chewy.com and TruDog.com may be contaminated with Salmonella. CLICK HERE.

Vital Essentials pet food sold via Chewys.com and Amazon.com because it be contaminated with Salmonella. CLICK HERE.

Wild & Wolf Petit Collage musical jumbo wooden xylophones, because the ball on the end of the toy xylophone beater stick can separate, posing a choking hazard to young children. CLICK HERE.

Square D brand General Duty 30 & 60A, 120/240-volt, 2-phase and 3-phase NEMA 3R Safety Switches, because the power can stay on when the safety switch handle is in the “OFF” position, posing an electrical shock or electrocution hazard to consumers. CLICK HERE.

Briggs & Stratton 3000psi Pressure Washer Surface Cleaners because the surface cleaner’s spray bar can break and detach from the central hub, causing broken pieces to strike consumers, posing an injury hazard. CLICK HERE.

Reduce Hydro Pro Water Bottles because the pink paint on the outside of the bear water bottle contains levels of lead that exceed the federal standard. CLICK HERE.

Jo-Ann Stores battery-operated Maker’s Holiday 10-count LED string light sets. The light set’s glass jars can break during normal use, posing a laceration hazard. CLICK HERE.

LOOK Pivot Ski Bindings Due to Fall Hazard because the heel piece on the ski binding can come loose, posing a fall hazard to the skier. CLICK HERE.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LAST WEEK’S RECALLS:

206,749,248 eggs may be contaminated with Salmonella. The eggs were distributed to reached consumers in Colorado, Florida, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Virginia, and West Virginia. CLICK HERE.

27-oz. cartons of Banquet FAMILY SIZE 6 SALISBURY STEAKS & BROWN GRAVY MADE WITH CHICKEN, PORK AND BEEF – GRILL MARKS ADDED may be contaminated with bone. CLICK HERE.

14-oz. sealed plastic trays of J.T.M. Bar-B-Q Sauce With Pulled Beef may be contaminated with rubber. CLICK HERE.

30-lb. bulk boxes of Koch Foods’ Fully Cooked Rib-Shaped Beef Patty With BBQ Sauce may be contaminated with plastic pieces. CLICK HERE.

2018 Toyota Camry and Highlander vehicles, 2017 Toyota Sienna and Tacoma vehicles and 2017 Lexus RX350 vehicles, due to a concern with the braking system. CLICK HERE.

2018 F-650 and F-750 vehicles equipped with 6-speed automatic transmissions and 2018 Ford F-150 and Expedition vehicles equipped with 10-speed automatic transmissions due to a problem which could allow the transmission to be in a different gear than indicated by the gear shift lever position. CLICK HERE.

2004-2006 Mitsubishi Lancer vehicles due to an air bag concern. CLICK HERE.

2017 Can-Am Outlander and Outlander Max All-Terrain Vehicles due to possible loss of steering control and crash hazard. CLICK HERE.

Brembo motorcycle front brake master cylinders may crack and fail. CLICK HERE.

L.L.Bean Knives with Sheaths, because the knife blade can cut through the protective leather sheath, posing a laceration hazard. CLICK HERE.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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CLICK HERE to find more information on these and all recalls.

Listen for the latest recall information on the Morning Mix Consumer Alert, Monday morning at 9:25

 

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