A new batch of recalls has been released by the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) and the FDA. If you have any of the following products or gifted them to someone, follow the instructions for securing a replacement, repair or refund.
Children’s sleepwear is to meet federal flammability standards. Sleepwear manufactured by Allura has not met those standards and has been recalled. If you have one of the two sets of sleepwear involved in the recall, take it away from the children it belongs to and contact Allura at (866) 254-3103.
The company is offering a refund for the approximately 64,000 sets of sleepwear sold. Consumers can also email the company’s customer service department at [email protected] for more information.
Snowboard boots are worn to keep you safe and on your board. Boots manufactured by Burton have been shown to unexpectedly release from their binding. If this occurs, the rider can fall.
If you have Burton boots, you should contact the company at (800) 881-3138 or email [email protected] to find out if they are a pair that has been recalled. There were approximately 4,800 pairs sold.
People who climb snow-covered mountains and those that ski or snowboard often carry avalanche transceivers. These devices are meant to transmit the location of survivors in an avalanche. ORTOVOX has recalled one of their devices because of a software error.
The units may not transmit the location of users. If you have purchased one of these transceivers, call (877) 384-9252 or email [email protected] for more information about a free repair.
Both Sandoz and Novartis have recalled prescription medication contained in blister packs. There is not an issue with the medication itself but with the blister packaging. The packaging is not child resistant, which poses a risk to little ones in the home.
The companies are telling people that they can still use the medication but should put it out of sight and reach of children. Consumers can call (888) 669-6682 with any concerns.
PictSweet has recalled their 12 ounce Steam’ables baby Brussels sprouts. 960 cases of the vegetable are affected because they may contain soy and milk allergens. People who are allergic to milk or soy could have an adverse reaction if they consume the Brussels sprouts.
The affected vegetables have a use by date of May 30, 2020 and are labeled with a UPC code 0 70560 97731 9, and production codes beginning with 1508K. Call (800) 527-0986 for more information.
ALDI has issued a recall of AnnaSea Wasabi Ahi Poke Hawaiian Poke Kits and Limu Ahi Poke Hawaiian Kits that were sold at a single location in North Carolina. The kits may not have been stored at cold enough temperatures in order to ensure their safety.
Consumers should not eat any kits purchased and all affected items have been removed from the shelves. Call (800) 325-7894 for more information if you purchased one of the kits from an ALDI in North Carolina.
Utz Quality Foods, LLC voluntarily recalled certain lots of its Carolina Style Barbecue Potato Chips because of a potential soy allergen. Some of the packages were mislabeled. If a consumer has a soy allergy or sensitivity, they could have an allergic reaction after eating the chips.
UPC codes for the affected chips are 0-41780-00152-5 and 0-417800-00049-1. Consumers can call (800) 367-7629 for more information regarding the recall.
Radagast Pet Food, Inc. has recalled three lots of its Rad Cat Raw Diet Free-Range Chicken Recipe and a single lot of Pasture-Raised Venison Recipe. The chicken recipe that has been recalled may be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes. The venison recipe may be contaminated with Shiga Toxin producing E. coli 0121.
Either can cause severe and potentially fatal infections in pets. Any consumer who has purchased this food for their pets should not use it and call (503) 736-4649 for more information.
Certain cookies sold by Whole Foods Market Stores have been recalled. The store’s own brand of oatmeal raisin cookies contain soy flour that was not listed on the label. Those with an allergy or sensitivity to soy may have a life-threatening allergic reaction if they consume the cookies.
If you have purchased them at a store in Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska or Wisconsin, don’t eat them. Call (844) 936-8255 for more information.
If you purchase a salad produced by Papa John’s, be careful. Salads sold in Arizona, California, Colorado, Montana, New Mexico, Nevada, Utah and Wyoming that were distributed between July 9 and July 10 are affected. If you have purchased one of these salads, call (480) 653-8901 for more information.
If you believe that you have been adversely affected by a consumer product, a Miami defective product attorney can assist you. Call our office today for more information about your legal rights and options.