Nearly 2 million pounds of chicken products were recalled by Aspen Foods after it was found that the products might be contaminated by salmonella, according to a report by the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service on July 17.
Brands affected by the recall are the following: Acclaim, Antioch Farms, Buckley Farms, Centrella Signature, Chestnut Farms, Family Favorites, Kirkwood, Koch Foods, Market Day, Oven Cravers, Princess, Rose, Rosebud Farm, Roundy’s, Safeway Kitchens, Schwan’s, Shaner’s, Spartan, and Sysco. Affected products were manufactured from April 15, 2015 to July 10, 2015, and have a “best if used by” date between July 14, 2016 and October 10, 2016. An establishment number of “P-1358” can be seen inside the USDA inspection mark.
Three salmonella cases associated with the recalled products were recorded in Minnesota. Consumption of food contaminated with salmonella may result in fever, diarrhea, and abdominal cramps, and could be fatal for those with weakened immune systems.
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More than 432,000 cars are being recalled by Ford in the U.S., Canada, and Mexico after learning that a software bug in the car’s body control module may prevent the engine from shutting down even after turning off the ignition switch and removing the key, according to a report by UPI on July 3.
The affected cars are 2015 Focus and 2015 C-MAX manufactured within specific periods at Ford’s Michigan Assembly Plant. Certain 2015 Escape vehicles from the Louisville Assembly Plant are also covered by the recall. The company said it will notify the affected consumers for a body control module update, which will be done at dealerships for free.
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Niagara Bottling Company is recalling 14 of its bottled water brands after learning that two of their water sources tested positive for E. coli, CNN reported on Tuesday, June 23.
Brands affected by the recall include Acadia, Acme, Big Y, Best Yet, 7-Eleven, Niagara, Nature’s Place, Pricerite, Superchill, Morning Fresh, Shaws, Shoprite, Western Beef Blue and Wegman’s. The affected items were produced from June 10 to June 18 at Niagara’s two Pennsylvania facilities. The company has already terminated its deal with water supplier Far Away Springs, where samples that tested positive for E. coli were found.
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Apple is recalling about 222,000 Beats Pill XL speakers after receiving eight reports of battery overheating, causing one customer to burn a finger and another to damage a desk, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) reported on June 3.
The defective speakers were sold in five different colors – black, white, pink, metallic sky, and titanium. The “b” logo is printed on the speaker’s grille, while the brand name “beats pill XL” can be seen on the speaker handle. The products were sold at different Apple Retail Stores nationwide from January 2014 to June 2015.
Affected consumers will be receiving a postage-paid box to return the product to Apple. They will also be entitled to $325 worth of Apple Store credit or electronic payment.
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33.8 million vehicles across the U.S. are being recalled by the Japanese airbag maker Takata over deaths and injuries associated with its faulty airbags, the RT.com reported on May 20.
The move, which is said to be the largest product recall in American history, involves nearly 20 million cars from Honda, 8.1 million from Toyota, and 4 million from Nissan. The faulty airbags have been linked to six fatalities and over a hundred injuries worldwide. The U.S. Department of Transportation regarded Takata’s move as a significant step in advancing public safety.
Upon deployment, the faulty airbags could explode and launch shrapnel at the occupants seated in front, posing the risk of burns, laceration, and death.
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More than 130,000 vehicles are being recalled by automotive giant Mitsubishi over two issues that may compromise visibility and increase the risk of an accident, according to a report by Nasdaq on May 9.
Lancer and Outlander units manufactured between 2009 and 2011 are affected by the recalls. The first recall involves 53,396 vehicles with windshield wipers, tail lights, and head lights that might not function properly due to a defective electronic control unit (ECU). The second recall involves 76,958 cars with defective windshield defroster blower motors. The car company said it will notify affected customers and will replace the defective components for free.
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About 148,800 ThinkPad notebook computer battery packs were recalled by computer technology company Lenovo Inc. after reports of property damage and reddened skin, a report by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CSPC) stated on April 21.
The affected products, which were sold between February 2010 and June 2012 at different electronic and consumer retail outlets nationwide, have been made available either separately or as a component to certain ThinkPad notebook computer series. The company learned about four incidents of overheating, which led to property damage and one consumer suffering from reddened skin and burn marks on the clothing.
Affected consumers are urged to turn-off their computers and remove the battery packs immediately.
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Beech-Nut Nutrition issued a nationwide consumer level safety recall of about 1,920 pounds of its baby food products after learning that a piece of glass was found inside one of the jars, the U.S. Food Safety and Inspection Service stated in a report on April 14.
“Stage 2 Beech-Nut CLASSICS sweet potato & chicken” baby food packed in 4 oz. jars is being recalled by the company after a report indicated the products may be contaminated by broken glass. To date, one report of mouth injury related to the issue has been received by the company.
The recalled products have the following details: an establishment number of “P-68A,” product numbers ranging from “12395750815” to “12395750821,” and an expiry date of “DEC 2016.” Consumers are asked to contact the company for any recall inquiry.
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Thousands of Kia Sorentos are being recalled by Kia Motors America after learning that a faulty capacitor in the gas pedal assembly could cause the vehicle to drive in Limp Home Mode or Forced Idle Mode, putting the occupants at risk of a rear-end collision, The Washington Post revealed on Wednesday, March 25.
According to the company, the manufacturer of the capacitor has defectively soldered the component to the gas pedal’s circuit board, which causes the car to drive at minimal speed. 12,361 cars are affected, all of which were made between October 27, 2014 and January 29, 2015.
The company is currently contacting all the affected customers for a free gas pedal assembly replacement. Owners may contact the company’s customer service line to learn more about the recall.
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Child car seat manufacturer Graco Children’s Products has agreed to pay a $3 million fine and put $7 million toward safety programs after failing to issue a timely recall of dangerous child car seats, The New York Times reported on March 20.
The child car seats have a buckle that can be difficult to detach, creating a risk in emergency situations when parents have trouble releasing their child. An investigation launched by federal regulators last December revealed that Graco knew about the issue as early as 2009 but did not recall the products; instead, the company taught parents how to clean the buckles to prevent them from jamming. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration ordered Graco to recall four million car seats in January 2014, which the company did not actually do until a month later.
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