Recalls include cookie dough, raspberries, apples and more

Posted 11/18/19

Each week the Personal Injury Law Offices of d’Oliviera & Associates compile a summary of recalls, FDA warnings, market withdrawals and safety alerts that they feel the public should be …

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Recalls include cookie dough, raspberries, apples and more

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Each week the Personal Injury Law Offices of d’Oliviera & Associates compile a summary of recalls, FDA warnings, market withdrawals and safety alerts that they feel the public should be aware of for their safety and so that they can make informed decisions.

Here are 37 recalls to be aware of this week:

Medical Devices & Equipment
Pharmaceuticals/Drugs
Auto
  • Dodge recalls 173 Chargers and Challengers for front wheels that don’t fit correctly. Inaccurate clearances could cause the tire to contact the suspension.
  • Porsche recalls vehicles with electrical issue. The instrument cluster may not provide a visual warning of worn brake pads.
Motorcycle/Scooters
    • Polaris is recalling 31,987 model year 2015-2019 Slingshot motorcycles. Excessive electrical current may damage the battery fuse holder terminals. Damaged terminals may result in the loss of forward and rear lighting, instrument cluster gauges or power steering assist, any of which could increase the risk of a crash.
    • Ducati North America is recalling 793 model year 2019-2020 Hypermotard 950 and 950 SP motorcycles. The negative terminal on the battery may break, potentially causing a sudden loss of power and an engine stall, which can increase the risk of a crash.
Utility/Recreational Vehicles & Automotive Accessories
Food, Beverage & Nutritional Supplements
    • Mann Packing Co., Inc. Voluntarily Recalls Vegetable Products Sold in the United States and Canada Due to Potential Health Risks.
    • Mann Packing Recall of Vegetable Products Affects Whole Foods Market Stores; Grocer Issues Voluntary Recall of Multiple Products.
    • North Bay Produce recalls fresh apples. The products may be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes.
    • Rastelli Bros., Inc. Recalls Meat Products due to Possible Foreign Matter Contamination.
    • Simmons Prepared Foods, Inc. Recalls Poultry Products due to Possible Foreign Matter Contamination.
    • Cay Thi Queentrees Food USA Recalls Poultry Products Produced Without Benefit of Import Inspection.
    • Mill Stream Corp. (Sullivan Harbor Farm) Issues a Voluntary Recall of Cold Smoked Salmon Because of Possible Health Risk.
    • H&T Seafood is recalling an undetermined amount of Siluriformes products (Swai filets). The products, imported from Vietnam, were packed and distributed without undergoing USDA inspection, and used the mark of inspection without authorization.
    • Russ Davis Wholesale Voluntarily Recalling Products Due to Possible Health Risk.
    • Golden Dragon Fortune Cookies recalls Chinese Almond Cookies. The product may contain milk, an allergen not declared on the label.
    • Ezzo Sausage Company Recalls Meat Products due to Possible Listeria Contamination.
  • Med Man Issues Voluntary Nationwide Recall of Up2 Due to Presence of Undeclared Sildenafil.
Technology/Electronics
  • Skylight Recalls Power Adapters Sold with Digital Photo Frames Due to Electrical Shock Hazard. The power adapter casing can break when plugged into an electrical outlet, exposing its metal prongs, posing an electrical shock hazard.
Industrial/Tools
Miscellaneous
  • Skacel Collection Recalls FlipStix Knitting Needles Due to Laceration Hazard. The shaft of the knitting needle can split or burst, posing a laceration hazard.

Sources:

fda.gov, cspc.gov, usda.gov, reuters.com, safekids.org, goodhousekeeping.com, consumeraffairs.com, foodsafetynews.com, usatoday.com, autoblog.com, powersportsbusiness.com, roadandtrack.com, uscgboating.org, wemakeitsafer.com, guns.com

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