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Recalls, Withdrawals and Safety Alerts: Onions, pressure cookers and more

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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 14 recalls to be aware of this week …

Automotive

  • Doosan Bobcat North America recalls Bobcat and Kubota Stand-On Zero Turn Lawnmowers due to possible steering issues
  • Kia recalls nearly 23,000 model year 2009-2014 Borregos

 

Drugs and Medications

  • Exela Pharma Sciences, LLC Issues Voluntary Nationwide Recall of various products due to the presence of particulate matter

 

Electronics

  • Harbor Freight recalls Kenway Tri-Marker Bar Running Lights due to a possible issue with illumination

 

Food, Beverage & Nutritional Supplements

  • Botanical-Be issues voluntary recall of Kuka Flex Forte, Artri King, and Reumo Flex due to presence of undeclared Diclofenac
  • Gills Onions voluntarily recalls Fresh Diced Onion Products due to Possible Salmonella contamination
  • Greenhead Lobster Products recalls lobster products due to possible Listeria contamination
  • Tiffany Food Corp recalls candy mini fruit jelly cups due to choking hazard
  • Utopia Foods recalls Enoki Mushrooms due to possible Listeria contamination

 

Household Products

  • Best Buy recalls Insignia™ Pressure Cookers due to incorrect markings on the inner pot, which can lead to a burn hazard
  • Far Success Trading recalls countertop nugget ice makers due to possible breakage of the metal blades

 

Pets

  • TFP Nutrition Initiates voluntary recalls Retriever All Life Stages Mini Chunk Chicken Recipe Dry Dog Food due to possible Salmonella contamination

 

Recreational

  • Kawasaki Motors USA recalls engines due to fire and burn hazards from issues with the fuel tube

 

Toys

  • Dorel Juvenile Group recalls Cosco Jump, Spin & Play Activity Centers due to possible issues with the straps detaching

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