Tuesday, June 28, 2011

2011 June product recalls

2011 June product recalls
2011 June product recalls. Whether frozen pizzas or popular gadgets or fancy sports cars, there were plenty of recalls this month. See which products were taken off the market in June.
June 2011 food recalls
A popular natural-foods company recalled three kinds of frozen pizzas due to possible foreign objects in the crust. Read the company's statement.

More recalls:
Earth Fare recalled its Spicy Bean Burger due to potential contamination.
Herring Fish in Salt Water because it may contain Clostridium Botulinum spores.
Ken's Foods Publix Caesar Salad Dressing bottles due to possible allergic reactions.
Quesos CentroAmericano Corp.'s Queso Fresco after tests found contamination.
Atlanta Corp. Royal Blue Stilton cheese.
Azar Mountain Trail Mix for an undeclared ingredient.
June 2011 children's gear recalls
A major retail chain recalled about 375,000 Circo Child Booster Seats sold from January 2005 to June 2009 after receiving complaints.

More recalls:
About 30,000 Big Lots metal futon bunk beds after a 3-year-old's accidental death.
Around 600 Sportime aDOORable swing bars after reports of children falling.
June 2011 children's clothing and toy recalls
About 21,000 Emma's Garden polka-dot girls' dresses were recalled due to a choking hazard. Where were they sold?

More recalls:
Excite USA recalled about 24,000 toy helicopters sold at a major drugstore chain.
About 9,400 Gripper Shaker musical instruments due to a choking hazard.
About 35 Kahn Enterprises Beeni Baby Hats sold online from January 2009 to May 2011.
About 75,000 American Girl Crafts Pearly Beads & Ribbon Bracelets kit sold at this craft store and other retailers.
About 6,200 Bratz Makeup Design Sketch Books due to potential contamination; get the UPC number.
June 2011 pharmaceutical recalls
American Regent recalled one lot of Methyldopate HCL Injection.

More recalls:
One lot of American Regent Concentrated Sodium Chloride Injection.
One lot of Bedford Laboratories Indomethacin for Injection used to treat this condition.
Two lots of Global Wellness Via Xtreme Ultimate Sexual Enhancer Dietary Supplement for Men due to the presence of an undeclared ingredient.
AidaPak Services is recalling all repackaged pharmaceuticals because of potential cross-contamination.
June 2011 meat recalls
A California company is recalling approximately 84,000 pounds of meatballs due to misbranding and an undeclared allergen.

More recalls:
About 5,160 pounds of Moonlite Bar-B-Q Burgoo soup due to misbranding and an undeclared allergen.
About 22,594 pounds of ham and chicken salad products because of misbranding.
June 2011 electrical item recalls
Apple recalled an "extremely small number" of Verizon iPad 2 tablets due to duplicate MEID codes.

More recalls:
About 90,600 air-conditioning and heating units due to fire hazard.
About 1,400 Venmar Ventilation air exchangers sold from January 1996 to December 2001.
Janome America recalled about 600 sewing machines because of a fire risk.
June 2011 vehicle recalls
Porsche is recalling some 2010-2011 models of its vehicles due to problems with the hub and wheel assemblies.

More recalls:
About 1,600 yard tractors due to brake problems.
About 477 Navistar International Durastar heavy trucks.
About 103,300 Mazda3 and MazdaSpeed3 cars due to windshield wiper problems.
Volkswagen recalled four 2012 Volkswagen CC cars for problems with its TPMS.
Chrysler is recalling 11,351 2011 model year vehicles.
About 45 Micro Bird non-school buses due to wiring problems.
About 448 Model Year 2012 Volvo S60 cars.
Honda recalled 3,020 of its 2010-2011 VT750 motorcycles because of problems with the bank angle sensor.
About 47,000 Model Year 2011 Cadillac SRX vehicles
About 50,2011 Toyota Venza and Sienna cars for problems with the drive shaft.
June 2011 consumer product recalls
A Georgia company recalled about 217,000 of its cutlery knife sets due to a laceration hazard.

More recalls:
About 4,100 Harbinger Ab Straps.
About 100 Civia Loring bicycle racks sold in independent bicycle stores from December 2009 to February 2011.

Source: msn