Recalls, withdrawals and safety alerts: Spinach, yogurts and more


At the end of each week, the law firm d’Oliveira & Associates compiles a summary of recalls, FDA warnings, market withdrawals and safety alerts that the public should be aware of for their safety so they can make informed decisions.

Here are 18 recalls to be aware of this week ...


  • Kia recalls nearly 80,000 model year 2011 Sorentos due to possible fire issues within the engine
  • Land Rover recalls nearly 5,000 2023 Range Rovers due to possible exterior light failure


Food, Beverage & Nutritional Supplements

  • Big Island Candies issues allergen alert on undeclared peanuts in Makana Brownie Assortment
  • Brightfarms recalls Spinach and Salad kits due to possible health risk from Listeria
  • Cidrerie Milton recalls Reserve Festive brand Strong Cider due to possible bursting bottles
  • FDA issues warning about certain supplements with toxic yellow oleander
  • Gentro Foods Inc. recalls frozen corn due to Salmonella concerns
  • Hans Kissle issues allergy alert on Undeclared Soy & Egg in Hans Kissle Mexican Style Quinoa Salad
  • Mini quiches recalled due to aluminum in product
  • Kinjin Food Pvt Ltd issues allergy alert on undeclared wheat traces in Vandevi Asafoeitida Yellow Powder
  • Shredded cheese recalled due to glove remnants in product
  • Spinach recalled due to possible Listeria monocytogenes contamination
  • Whitley’s Peanut Factory issues an allergy alert for various undeclared allergens for Deluxe Nut Mix
  • Yogurt products made with Quaker granola recalled due to possible Salmonella contamination



  • Bokser Home recalls Mattress Pads due to Violation of Federal Mattress Pad Flammability Regulation
  • Home Design recalls Upholstered Low Profile Standard and Platform Beds due to fall and injury hazards
  • Steamist recalls Wall-Mounted Tilt-Up Bath & Shower Seats due to fall and laceration hazards


Household Products

  • Homedics recalls 87,000 massagers due to possible overheating while charging

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