It is important to remain aware and cautious about recalls announced for any and all products we used in day to day life. Products of all types are susceptible to defects, contamination, and misbranding. To remain aware of the most recent recalls please to the summaries and links below.
Flow Sports Inc. Recalls Snowboard Bindings (3 March, 2015) Flow Sports Inc. recalls Snowboard Bindings due to discovery that a pin can disengage and cause the binding to open increasing the potential consumers will fall. The recall includes Flow 2014 Flite-series snowboard bindings with the model names Flite, Haylo, Micron Youth, Flite LTD, and Flite MTN. Thus far the company has received 30 reports of pins disengaging, although no serious injuries have been reported associated with the defect. Consumers are encouraged to stop using the defective bindings and contact the company for free repair or replacement bindings.
Dream on Me Recalls 2-in-1 Bassinet and Cradles ( 3 March, 2015) Dream on Me recalls 2-in-1 Bassinet and Cradles due to fall and suffocation risks caused by potential for the wire supports to the sides to disconnect and lead to the fabric sides to lower either trapping and suffocating an infant inside or possibly even allowing for an increase risk of fall. The recalled models numbers, which can be found on a tag located under the mattress pad are 439-A, 439-B, 439-G, 439-P and 439-W. No injuries have been reported associated with the recalled product, but consumers should immediately discontinue use of the product and contact the company for a free repair.
KTM North America Recalls Children’s Pajamas (4 March, 2015) KTM North America recalls Children’s Pajamas due to failure of the pajamas to meet federal flammability standards. The recall more specifically involves children’s onesies and two-piece KTM motocross pajamas. Although no injuries associated with the recall have been reported consumers are encouraged to discontinue use of the pajamas and return them to KTM for a refund. Please see the link above for a more detailed description of the pajamas subject t this particular recall.
Dirt Devil Recalls Hand Vac Turbo Tool Accessory (4 March, 2015) Dirt Devil recalls Hand Vac Turbo Tool Accessory due to a laceration hazard to consumers posed by a defect involving the interior fan. The plastic accessory can be identified by the following: model number “08225” and a five-digit manufacture date code ending in 12A U, 13A U, 13B U or 14B U, which are printed on a label. The company has thus far received six reports of the product breaking, but no injuries have been reported. Consumers should stop use of the recalled product and contact the company for a free replacement.
Rapala Recalls StrikeMaster Ice Augers (6 March, 2015) Rapala recalls StrikeMaster Ice Augers due to an increased risk of injury caused by a defect involving the trigger switch on the auger. The recalled product can be identified as the Lithium Lazer ice auger. No injuries have been reported thus far, but consumers can returned the recalled product to the original place of purchase for a refund or return to Rapala for a refund or credit.
Material Science, Inc. Recalls Healthy Mama Boost It Up! (3 March 2015) Material Science, Inc. recalls Healthy Mama Boost It Up! Drink due to an undeclared allergen, more specifically milk. The recalled drink can be identified by the best buy UPC code 810758020058, lot #s 10/2015 and 03/2015, and were available for purchase in 12 fl. Oz. packaging.
Hospira Recalls Sodium Chloride Injection (5 March, 2015) Hospira Recalls Sodium Chloride Injection due to discovery particulate matter. Injections containing particulate matter can result in inflammation, phlebitis, allergic reaction and various other adverse reactions. Hospira has launched an investigation to determine to originating cause of the contamination and correct/prevent future occurrences.
Hospira Recalls Magnesium Sulfate in 5% Dextrose Injection (6 March, 2015) Hospira recalls Magnesium Sulfate in 5% Dextrose Injection due to incorrect labeling. Although the product is correctly labeled on the primary container and wrap it is labeled wit an incorrect barcode on the primary bag labeling.
Oscar’s Hickory Recalls Beef Jerky Products (1 March, 2015) Oscar’s Hickory recalls Beef Jerky Products due to processing deviation. The recall includes 4-oz. and 8-oz. packages of “Oscar’s Adirondack Mountain Smokehouse Beef Jerky”, which bear the establishment, number “EST. 4257”. The recalled beef jerky was sold by a retailer in New York as well as on the Internet. Although there have been no reports of illness or adverse reactions associated with this recall consumers are urged not to consume the recalled beef jerky products and contact their healthcare provider should they begin to have concern that they are experiencing a resulting illness or reaction. Please see the link above for further information regarding the recalled products.
Campos Foods, LLC Recalls Beef Products (2 March, 2015) Campos Foods, LLC Recalls Beef Products due to misbranding and an undeclared allergen, more specifically wheat. The products subject to this recall are ready-to-eat cheese burgers packed and available for purchase in 15Ib. cases marked as either “H-E-B FULLY COOKED THICK N’ TASTY Bacon CHEESE BURGERS NATURAL SMOKE FLAVOR ADDED” or “H-E-B FULLY COOKED THICK N’ TASTY CHEESE BURGERS NATURAL SMOKE FLAVOR ADDED”. The products can be further identified by the establishment number “EST. 2260 T”.
Bavarian Meats Recalls Brand Loaf Products (4 March, 2015) Bavarian Meats recalls Brand Loaf Products due to misbranding and an undeclared allergen, more specifically soy. The recall includes 5 lb., 1 lb., and ½ lb. packages of “Bavarian Meats Bavarian Brand Loaf”. See the link above for further information to use in identifying the recalled product.
Premier Distribution Center, Inc. Recalls Beef and Pork Products (5 March, 2015) Premier Distribution Center, Inc. recalls Beef and Pork Products due to misbranding. These recalled beef products were produced between November 29, 2014 and December 18, 2014 and the recalled pork products were produced between November 15, 2014 and December 2, 2014. Please see the link above for details on identifying the recalled products.
Rio Tex Wholesale Meats Recalls Ready-to-Eat Beef Products (6 March, 2015) Rio Tex Wholesale Meats recalls Ready-to-Eat Beef Products due to potential Listeria contamination. The recalled beef products subject to this recall were produced on dates between March 25, 2014 and February 19, 2015. Please see the link above for additional information, which can be used to identify the products, affected by this recent recall.