• Recalls of Products and Food for 2024


    Tide Pods and Gain Laundry Care in a Cart

    Manufacturers can occasionally recall products from store shelves because of problems. It can be difficult to keep up with all the product and food recalls that take place, which is why I’ve put together this list to help you stay informed on the most recent recalls of consumer packaged goods, household goods, and food items. See the list below:

    Product Recalls 2024

    P&G Detergent Packets Recall

    Tide Pods Gain Flings Recalls 2024

    The giant manufacturer Procter & Gamble announced a recall of Tide Pods, Gain Flings, Ace Pods and Ariel Pods liquid laundry detergent packets that were made of flexible film. The packets are allegedly prone to split-open at the upper part below the zipper, which poses a direct potential risk of injuries to eyes or skin by touch or even more serious threat by digesting.

    The aforementioned recalled products were sold at major retailers such as Amazon, Target, Walmart, CVS, Family Dollar and more in the period between September 2023 and February 2024. These lot numbers are subject to recall marking the following products:

    • Tide Pods Clean Breeze Scent
    • Tide Pods Spring Meadow Scent
    • Tide Pods Light
    • Tide Pods Oxi
    • Tide Pods Free & Gentle
    • Tide Pods Original
    • Tide Pods Ultra Oxi
    • Tide Simply Pods Plus Oxi Boost
    • Gain Flings Blissful Breeze Scent
    • Gain Flings Moonlight Breeze Scent
    • Gain Flings Original
    • Gain Flings Plus Odor Defense
    • Gain Flings Plus Ultra Oxi
    • Gain Flings Spring Daydream Scent
    • Ariel Pods Alpine Breeze
    • Ace Pods Clean Breeze
    • Ace Pods Spring Meadow

    If you are in possession of concerned products, you should secure them in a child-safe lid container, and store them away from children. P&G as part of the recall provide a prepaid debit card topped with the amount you spent on the detergents and replacement bag and cabinet latch for a secure storing. Visit the following links for the complete info about the Gain and Tide Laundry detergent recalls.

    Fisher-Price Disney Little People Recall

    Disney Little Friends Figures

    Attention to all Disney fans, especially Disney parents! On March 21th Fisher-Price announced a recall of Little People Mickey and Friends figure sets, according to the Consumer Products Safety Commission! These sets included six figures such as Mickey, Minnie, Goofy, Pluto, Donald and Daisy. According to the CSPC the biggest problem were Donald and Daisy figures. The heads of these two figures can be separated, which poses a danger to children but thankfully, no injuries have been reported. If you own these toys, the advice is to put them away immediately, so that they are out of your children’s reach!

    How to Tell If Your Products Were Affected

    Approximately 204,000 recalled sets have been sold in the United States and Canada. They were sold at Walmart, Kohls, Meijer, HEB and Kroger stores, in addition to online retailers like Amazon and Walmart and many others online retailers between May 2023 and February 2024. If you purchased one, check the model number to see if it’s part of the affected set. The recalled sets have model numbers PJ88 and HTW75. In case, you’ve already thrown away the packaging, don’t worry the model numbers should be on the bottom of the Goofy figure.

    What to do if you bought the recalled products:

    Fisher-Price is offering a cash refund to any buyer of these figures! They will send you a pre-paid mailing label and issue a refund of $10. You can only return the two toys that are the problem (Donald and Daisy). If there is some problem, you can always call Fisher-Price toll-free at 855-853-6224 between 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. ET Monday through Friday.

    Robitussin Honey Cough Syrup

    Two Robitussin Honey CF Max Day Adult Cough Syrup

    On January 24th, the company announced a recall of specific batches of Robitussin Honey CF Max Day Adult and Robitussin Honey CF Max Nighttime Adult cough syrups due to potential microbial contamination. This contamination poses a significant risk to individuals with compromised immune systems, potentially leading to serious infections. It is important to note that this situation is concerning for anyone who has used these products.

    Here are the products affected:

    • Robitussin Honey CF Max Day Adult (4 oz)
      Lot Number T10810 (Expiry 31 Oct 2025)
    • Robitussin Honey CF Max Day Adult (8 oz)
      Lot Numbers T08730, T08731, T08732, T08733, T10808 (Expiry 31 May 2025 and 30 Sep 2025)
    • Robitussin Honey CF Max Nighttime Adult (8 oz)
      Lot Numbers T08740, T08742 (Expiry 30 Jun 2026)

    If you have any of these syrups, it is important to discontinue their use immediately. For further assistance, you can contact Haleon’s Consumer Relations team at 1-800-245-1040. More importantly, if you experience any health issues after using these products, please seek guidance from your healthcare provider. See more details of Robitussin Cough Syrup Recall here!

    Homedics Percussion Personal Massager Recall

    Homedics Percussion Personal Massager

    Homedics is recalling more than 80,000 massage guns due to potential overheating issues during charging, which could pose burn and fire risks. The affected massagers, identified by the model number HHP-715, were manufactured before 2023. To check the manufacturing date, examine the underside of the barrel for a sticker with a four-digit code, where the last two digits indicate the production year.

    Consumers have been advised to stop using or charging the recalled massagers and to contact Homedics to receive a full refund or a refund in the form of a credit toward any Homedics product, including a 20% bonus.

    They can be contacted at 800-466-3342 from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. ET Monday through Friday, or online at this site here or this site here and click on “Recall Information” at the bottom of the page.

    TGI Fridays Boneless Chicken Bites

    TGI Fridays Boneless Chicken Bites Honey BBQ Chicken

    The company is issuing a recall for approximately 26,550 pounds of TGI Fridays boneless chicken bites due to the potential presence of clear, hard plastic pieces in the product. If you have purchased this item, it is important not to consume them – you can safely dispose of them or return them to the place of purchase. The affected items are:

    • TGI Fridays Boneless Chicken Bites – Honey BBQ Chicken (15 oz)
      Lot Code KL3K03 (Best By 12/26/2024)
      Establishment number “P-20287” inside the USDA mark of inspection

    If you have any questions or concerns, you may contact Simmons Prepared Foods at tel:18002807185 or reach out to the USDA Meat and Poultry Hotline at 888-MPHotline (tel:8886746854). See more details of this TGI Fridays Recall here!

    Quaker Oats Chewy Bars Recall

    Quaker Oats Chewy Bars Recall

    The Quaker Oats Company is issuing a recall for over 40 granola bar items and cereals due to a possible Salmonella contamination. The entire list can be accessed through the official FDA announcement.

    Affected products: The recall encompasses various Quaker granola bars and cereals marked with “Best Before” dates spanning from January 9, 2024, to August 2, 2024, along with specific UPC codes and “Best Before” dates unique to each product.

    Granola Bars

    • Quaker Big Chewy Bars: Chocolate Chip, Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip, and Variety Pack
    • Quaker Chewy Bars and Dipps Variety Pack, Chocolate Chip, Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough, Chocolate Chip Holiday Minis, Chocolate Chip Halloween Minis, Chocolate Chip Spring Minis, Chocolate Chip Valentine Minis, Dark Chocolate Chunk, Chocolate Chunk, Less Sugar Chocolate Chip, Less Sugar Cookies & Cream, Less Sugar Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip, Less Sugar Variety, Oatmeal Raisin, Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip, S’mores, and Variety Pack
    • Quaker Chewy Dipps: Chocolate Chip, Peanut Butter, Variety Pack, Mini Dipps Birthday Blast, and Mini Dipps Summer Night S’mores

    Granola Cereal

    • Quaker Puffed Granola: Apple Cinnamon Cereal and Blueberry Vanilla Cereal
    • Quaker Simply Granola: Oats, Honey & Almonds Cereal, Oats, Honey, Raisins & Almonds Cereal, Protein Granola Oats, Chocolate, & Almonds Flavor

    Included in Snack Boxes

    • Quaker Chocolatey Favorites Snack Mix, On The Go Snack Mix, Frito-Lay Snacks Variety Pack With Quaker Chewy, Frito-Lay Chips and Quaker Chewy Granola Bars Variety Pack, Crunchy & Chewy Snacks, Lunch Box Mix, Frito-Lay Popped & Baked Chips Variety Pack, Frito-Lay Snack Time Favorites, Tasty Snacks, and Ultimate Flavor Snack Care Package.

    Mid America Dog & Cat Food Recall

    Mid America Dog Cat Food Recall

    If you have or have used any Mid America dog & cat food products, you can get a refund due to a potential Salmonella contamination after seven people fell ill with Salmonella Kiambu infection, possibly in connection with these products. Check out the lift of affected products below, see more info here!

    Victor Super Premium Dog Food (Beef, Chicken, Lamb, Ocean Fish, Grain-Free, and other formulas)

    • Bag Sizes: 5 lb, 15 lb, 30 lb, 40 lb, 50 lb
    • Best by Date: Before 10/31/2024

    Wayne Feeds Dog Food (Various Formulas)

    • Bag Size: 40 lb
    • Best by Date: Before 10/31/2024

    Eagle Mountain Pet Food Pro Balance

    • Bag Size: 40 lb
    • Best by Date: Before 10/31/2024

    Member’s Mark (Beef & Brown Rice and Salmon & Sweet Potato Recipes)

    • Bag Size: 30 lb
    • Best by Date: Before 10/31/2024

    Cat food products affected:

    Victor Super Premium Cat Food (Hi-Pro, Grain-Free, and Mers Feline)

    • Bag Sizes: 5 lb, 15 lb
    • Best by Date: Before 10/31/2024

    Wayne Feeds Cat Food (Gold, Barn Cat Plus)

    • Bag Sizes: 16 lb, 40 lb
    • Best by Date: Before 10/31/2024

    Tyson Fully Cooked Fun Nuggets Recall

    Tyson Fully Cooked Fun Nuggets Recall

    Tyson Foods is recalling approximately 30,000 pounds of their Tyson Fully Dinosaur Shaped Cooked Fun Nuggets sold to retailers in 29-ounce packages. A number of consumers have reported they found small metal pieces in the product.

    The product was produced at one location on September 5, 2023. Impacted products bear the product codes 2483BRV02 07, 2483BRV02 08, 2483BRV02 09, or 2483BRV02 10, establishment code P7211, with a best if used by date of September 4, 2024. Product cases may be identified by code 048153-6910, 10000048153. 

    Consumers who have purchased the affected item should cut the UPC and date code from the packaging, discard the product and call or text 1-855-382-3101.

    Insignia Air Fryer Recall

    Insignia 5 Quart Digital Air Fryer

    Best Buy together with the US Consumer Product Safety Commission voluntarily recalls certain models of Insignia air fryers and air fryer ovens due to fire, burn, and laceration hazards. You can be eligible for the recall if you purchased an Insignia air fryer and air fryer oven at Best Buy, eBay, or other third-party sellers between November 2021 and November 2023. The affected units can overheat which can cause the handles to melt or break and the glass door to shatter.

    The Insignia air fryer or air fryer oven models included in the recall are:

    • NS-AF34D2
    • NS-AF5DSS2
    • NS-AF5MSS2
    • NS-AF8DBD2
    • NS-AF10DBK2
    • NS-AF10DSS2

    For registration of your claim and instructions on the requirements for the destruction of the units, go here. Other requirements needed for submitting a claim are photo of your unit, the model number, and the purchase receipt if you still have it. Eligible claimants may receive a refund or Best Buy store credit equivalent to the purchase amount indicated on your receipt.

    For those who don’t have a receipt, the refund will amount to the average sales price for the model. Please note that Best Buy stores will not issue your refund if you return your air fryer in-store. Submit your claim for the Insignia air fryer recall here!

    Walmart Raw Ground Beef Recall

    Prime Rib Beef Steak Burgers

    Cargill Meat Solutions is recalling over 16,000 pounds of raw ground beef shipped to Walmart stores nationwide due to possible contamination with E.Coli. The affected ground beef packages have an establishment ID of “EST. 86P” and were produced between April 26 and 27. USDA have no reports yet on people falling ill but consumers who have bought these packages are advised to throw them away or return them to the point of purchase for a refund.

    The raw ground beef packages included in the recall are:

    • 2.25-lbs. of plastic-wrapped trays containing “93% Lean 7% Fat All Natural Lean Ground Beef” with lot code 117
    • 1.33-lbs. of plastic-wrapped trays containing four “Prime Rib Beef Steak Burger Patties” with lot code 118
    • 2.25-lbs. of plastic-wrapped trays containing “85% Lean 15% Fat All Natural Angus Premium Ground Beef” with lot code 117
    • 2.25-lbs. of plastic-wrapped trays containing “80% Lean 20% Fat All Natural Ground Beef Chuck” with lot code 118
    • 1.33-lbs. of plastic-wrapped trays containing four “80% Lean 20% Fat All Natural Ground Beef Chuck Patties” with lot code 118
    • 1.33-lbs. of plastic-wrapped trays containing four “90% Lean 10% Fat All Natural Ground Beef Sirloin Patties” with lot code 118

    Moreover, the states where these beef have been shipped to are Connecticut, Massachusetts, Maryland, New Hampshire, North Carolina, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Vermont, Washington D.C., and West Virginia. For questions about this recall, you may contact Cargill Meat Solutions at (844) 419-1574. You can also check out more product recalls here!

    Gibson Farms Organic Walnuts Recall

    Gibson Farms Organic Walnuts

    Gibson Farms (30/4/2024) recalled Organic Light Halves and Pieces shelled walnuts because Gibson Farms received information that they may have the potential to be contaminated with E.Coli. The Organic Light Halves and Pieces shelled walnuts were sold to distributors located in CA and WA. They were sold in bulk boxes in Net Wt. 25 lbs quantities and can be identified by lot 3325-043 & 3341-501 with expiration dates 5/21/25 & 6/7/25. Click here to see the list of retailers that the FDA believes received the walnuts.

    Make sure you don’t consume the product and return the product to place of purchase for a refund.

    Stockmeyer Prosciutto Product Recall

    Stockmeyer Prosciutto Product Recall

    ConSup North America Inc. is recalling over 85,000 pounds of ready-to-eat sliced Stockmeyer prosciutto ham is being recalled because it wasn’t inspected properly before it was exported to the U.S. from Germany. The products were sold at stores in California, Connecticut, Florida, Illinois, Pennsylvania, Texas, Virginia and Washington state. The products that are affected Stockmeyer PROSCIUTTO Product of GERMANY (5.29-ounce package).

    Don’t consume these products and make sure you return the product to place of purchase for a refund.

    Infinite Herbs Organic Basil Recall

    Infinite Herbs Organic Basil Recall

    Infinite Herbs i has recalled packaged herbs linked to a multistate salmonella outbreak, across Florida, Georgia, Minnesota, Missouri, New Jersey, Rhode Island and Wisconsin. The product, Infinite Herbs organic basil, was sold in 2.5-ounce clamshell containers from February 1st to April 6th in 29 states, as well as in Washington, D.C. There have been many reports in seven states of people being infected with salmonella.

     Do not consume the product! Return the product to Trader Joe’s for a full refund. 

    Yoto Mini Speaker for Kids Recall

    Yoto Mini Speaker for Kids Recall

    Yoto (11/4/2024) is recalling over 250,00 of their Yoto Mini portable screen-free speakers due to the potential fire risk. The Yoto Mini Speaker is being voluntarily recalled because its lithium-ion battery could overheat and catch fire, posing burn and fire hazards to consumers, according to the Consumer Product Safety Commission. Impacted units were sold online at us.yotoplay.com, Amazon.com, Target.com and maisonette.com, and in toy and gift stores nationwide from November 2021 through April 2024.

    Anyone with the recalled product is advised to immediately stop using it, take it away from children and contact Yoto to get a free replacement smart charging cable.

    Delta Bicycle Stem Raisers Recall

    Delta Bicycle Stem Raisers Recall

    Delta Cycle of Foxborough, Mass. (11/4/2024), is recalling about 500,000 Delta Cycle and Dimension Stem Raisers sold in the U.S. and Canada. The stem raiser can shift during use, causing the handlebar to shift unexpectedly, posing a fall hazard. This recall involves Delta Cycle and Dimension Stem Raisers were sold in black and silver, and measure between five inches and seven inches high. They were sold at REI and local bicycle stores nationwide and online at Designbydelta.com and Amazon.com from January 1998, through January 2024.

    Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled stem raisers, and contact Delta Cycle to schedule a free repair at an independent bicycle dealer.

    Jugader Zipline Kits Recall

    Jugader Zipline Kits

    Jugader (11/4/2024) is recalling about 6,600 of their Zipline kits, because stainless-steel cable can break, posing a fall hazard. This recall involves Jugader Zipline Kits containing a cable wire that is 160-foot long and 4-mm thick, a blue trolley, and a hanging plastic seat.

    Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled zipline kits and contact Jugader for a free repair kit. Consumers must submit a photo of the cable and the trolley or their online purchase order number to receive a free repair kit, including a new cable.

    Hy-Vee Cream Cheese Recall

    HyVee Plain Cream Cheese Spread

    Hy-Vee recalls its Plain Cream Cheese Spread, Whipped Cream Cheese Spread, and bulk-packaged Cookies & Cream Mix because they could be contaminated with Salmonella. The manufacturers of these products told Hy-Vee of the potential issue and Hy-Vee voluntarily recalled them. The affected products have been removed from stores, however, if you do have any of the below cream cheeses, return them to the store for a full refund. If you don’t return them, throw them deep into the garbage so pets can’t get to them.

    No other varieties of Hy-Vee Cream Cheese or bulk-packaged items are affected by this voluntary recall, and no illnesses have been reported to date in connection with this problem.

    The Affected Products:

    • Hy-Vee Cream Cheese Spread 12 oz (best-by date of 10/1/24)
    • Whipped Cream Cheese Spread 8 oz (best-by dates of 8/7 & 8/14/2024
    • Hy-Vee To Go Cookies & Cream Mix 4 oz (best-by dates of 12/1 & 12/5/2024)
    • Hy-Vee Cookies & Cream Mix 16 oz (best-by dates of 12/1 & 12/5/2024)

    Aldi Cream Cheese Recall

    Aldi Happy Farms Cream Cheese

    Aldi and Schreiber Foods, Inc. are recalling several cream cheese spreads due to the risk of salmonella. According to their announcement, they were informed by one of their suppliers that an ingredient used in several cream cheese spread formulas has the potential to contain salmonella. The cream cheese spreads include Happy Farms Whipped Cream Cheese Spread and Strawberry Cream Cheese Spread in 8-ounce cups sold at Aldi stores in Florida, North Carolina, South Carolina, California, Texas, Missouri, Kentucky, Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Delaware, the District of Columbia, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, New Jersey, New York, North Dakota, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Dakota, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia, and Wisconsin.

    If you have products affected by this recall, you are advised to discard them immediately or return them to your local store for a full refund.

    The Affected Products:

    • Whipped Cream Cheese Spread with UPC No. 4099100101881 (best-by dates of 08/30; 08/31; 09/01; 09/03; and 09/04/2024)
    • Strawberry Cream Cheese with UPC No. 4099100101744 (best-by dates of 07/19; 07/26; 07/29; 08/02; 08/04; 08/05; 08/09; 08/11; 08/17; 08/23; and 08/25/2024)

    Schnucks Cheese Spreads

    Schnucks Strawberry Spread on a Table

    Schnuck Markets recalled three private-label cheese spreads due to possible salmonella contamination. Customers are urged to check to see if they have purchased any of the recalled products. These should not be consumed and may be returned to the nearest Schnucks store for a full refund or exchange. Anyone who has eaten any of the recalled products and developed symptoms of Salmonella infection should seek medical attention.

    The Affected Products

    • Schnucks Whip Cream Spread – UPC 4131858005; Best By 8/8/2024
    • Schnucks Strawberry Spread – UPC 4131858007; Best By 9/8/2024
    • Schnucks Cream Cheese Spread – UPC 4131858023; Best By 10/8/2024

    Palmer Candy Company White Confectionary Products Recall

    Palmers Candy Products

    Palmer Candy Company, an Iowa-based company, has issued a voluntary recall of its “White Coated Confectionery Items” due to possible Salmonella contamination. According to the company, the recalled products were distributed nationwide in Walmart, HyVee, Target, and Dollar General, and to distributors in Alabama, California, Florida, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Oregon, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, South Dakota, Texas, Virginia, Wisconsin, and Wyoming.

    Consumers should check to see if they have the recalled products. The products should not be eaten and should be discarded or returned to the point of purchase for a refund.

    The Affected Products & Their Best-By Dates

    • Caramel Swirl Pretzels 4OZ  (12/28/2024)
    • Caramel Swirl Pretzels 6OZ  (12/19, 12/20/24 & 1/19/25)
    • Classic Yogurt Pretzels 28# (12/11/24 – 1/8/25)
    • Cookies & Cream Yummy Chow 14# (12/6/24 – 1/8/25)
    • Enrobed Pretzel Rods 8OZ (1/22/25)
    • Favorite Day Bakery White Fudge Mini Cookies 7OZ (4/4/25, 4/5/25, 4/15/25, 4/18/25)
    • Frosted Munchy Medley Bowl 15OZ (1/3/25)
    • Frosted Patriot Frosted Pretzels 28# (1/2/25, 1/3/25)
    • Frosted Pretzels 6OZ (1/23/25)
    • Munchy Medley 15# (12/14/24, 1/3/25)
    • Munchy Medley 4OZ (12/27, 12/28/24 and 1/19/25)
    • Munchy Medley 6OZ (12/20/24)
    • Munchy Medley to Go 4OZ (12/25/24, 1/19/25)
    • Patriotic Munchy Medley Bowl 15OZ (1/19/25)
    • Patriotic Pretzels 14OZ (1/25/25, 1/26/25)
    • Patriotic Pretzels 6OZ (1/19/25)
    • Patriotic Red, White & Blue Pretzel Twists 14OZ (12/13/24 – 1/15/25)
    • Patriotic Snack Mix 13OZ (1/19/25, 1/22/25 and 2/1/25)
    • Patriotic White Fudge Cookies 7OZ (4/23/25)
    • Peanut Butter Snack Mix 12OZ (11/13/24 – 12/15/24)
    • Peanut Butter Snack Mix to Go 4.5oz (1/18/25)
    • Snackin’ With the Crew! Mizzou Munchy Medley 7OZ (12/18/, 12/19/24)
    • Snackin’ With the Crew! Tiger Treats 7OZ (12/18, 12/19/24)
    • Star Snacks Chow Down 25# (12/6, 12/7/24)
    • Strawberry Yogurt Coated Pretzels 10OZ (1/5/25, 1/23/25)
    • Sweet Smiles Yogurt Covered Pretzels 3.25oz (12/18/24 – 1/4/25)
    • Vanilla Yogurt Covered Pretzels 10OZ (1/5/25, 1/22/25)
    • Yogurt Pretzel 14# (12/14 – 12/21/24)
    • Zebra Fudge Cookies 7OZ (3/13/25, 4/1/25 – 4/2/25)

    Planters Nuts

    Planters Honey Roasted Peanuts mixed Nuts

    Hormel Foods is recalling two types of Planters nuts due to the potential for contamination with the germ listeria. The recall affects certain Planters honey roasted peanuts and Planters mixed nuts shipped to Publix supermarket warehouses in Florida, Georgia, Alabama, and North Carolina, and to Dollar Tree warehouses in South Carolina and Georgia.

    While there have been no reports of illnesses, the products are being recalled because they could be tainted with listeria, which can cause serious, sometimes fatal, infections in certain individuals. Customers should discard the nuts or return them to the store where they purchased them for an exchange.

    The Affected Products

    • Planter Honey Roasted Peanuts 4 oz (best by 04/11/25)
    • Planters Deluxe Lightly Salted Mixed Nuts 8.75 oz (best by 4/5/26)

    Product Recalls from 2023

    Apple Cinnamon Puree & Applesauce Pouches Recall

    WanaBana Apple Cinnamon Pouch Schnucks Applesauce Pouch and Weis Cinnamon Applesauce Pouch

    Certain apple cinnamon puree and applesauce products have been found to contain elevated levels of lead, which can potentially lead to acute toxicity. Several cases of illness in children have been reported after consuming specific brands of applesauce pouches. In order to ensure public safety, the FDA has initiated a recall of these products. Investigators suspect that the source of contamination is the cinnamon used in the products. As of November 16, 2023, there have been 34 reported cases of illness related to this issue.

    Here are the following products affected by the recall:

    • WanaBana Apple Cinnamon Fruit Puree Pouches (all lot codes and expiration dates)
      These were sold nationwide through various retailers including Amazon, Dollar Tree, and other online outlets.
    • Schnucks Cinnamon-Flavored Applesauce Pouches and Variety Pack
      These were sold at Schnucks and Eatwell Markets grocery stores.
    • Weis Cinnamon Applesauce Pouches (specific lots of UPC 041497216123)
      These were sold at Weis grocery stores.

    If you have any of these apple pouches at home, it is important not to consume them. You can safely discard them or return them to the place of purchase to receive a refund. For more information, you can see all the details of this recall here!

    Nissan Recall (Air Bags)

    Nissan 4x4 Pickup Truck

    Nissan Recall (Air Bags)(2/9/2023) A defective component of the airbag system, specifically the emblem on the driver’s side that covers the airbag, has caused injuries to several people. The flawed part increases the risk of damage by causing the airbag emblem and retainer components to separate and become projectiles upon deployment.

    If your vehicle is affected, you will take one of the recalled vehicles to a Nissan dealer for free repairs. Nissan is actively working on a fix and intends to inform impacted owners about the intentions for a fix by April 10.

    To get your vehicle fixed for free, you should arrange a repair as soon as you have that information from Nissan. Anticipate a letter in the mail. Nissan will advise you of the recall and the repair procedure when they get in touch with you. Along with any other information you require to be aware of, the letter will also give the anticipated time frame for the repair.

    Cosori Air Fryer Recall!

    Cosori Air Fryer Recall

    Cosori, a maker of air fryers, has announced the recall of about 2 million devices because of a possible fire and burn hazard. A wiring problem led to the recall of 22 Cosori air fryer models. Due to a cable connection problem, Cosori had to recall some of its air fryers because they could melt, catch fire, or overheat. See more details here!

    The 5.8-quart and 3.7-quart recalled air fryers are offered in black, gray, white, blue, or red. Each unit has the trademark “Cosori” printed on the front, and the model number is printed on the device’s bottom label and in the user manual that comes with it. Please find your air fryer number and see more details in our post here!

    Trader Joe’s Frozen Fruit Recall!

    Trader Joes Store

    Some of Trader Joe’s frozen fruit is being recalled due to a probable hepatitis infection. As unexpected as it may seem, that is what was declared on March 16, 2023. Keep reading to make sure you’re not exposed to the potential health threat after checking to see if you have any bags of the Organic Tropical Fruit Mix. Read more here!

    The affected items are 32-Ounce/2-Pound plastic bags of frozen Trader Joe’s Organic Tropical Fruit Mix (SKU# 51191), according to Trader Joe’s recall notice. The “Best By” dates for the goods are 04/25/24, 05/12/24, 05/23/24, 05/30/24, and 06/07/24. They were only offered for sale in the United States. For more details, as well as what you should do if you have one of these products on your kitchen shelves, see here!

    BlendJet Portable Blenders Recall

    BlendJet Portable Blenders

    BlendJet is recalling about 4.8 million earlier version of BlendJet 2 portable blenders because these can overheat or catch fire and the blender blades can break off hence posing fire and laceration hazards to users. To compensate affected users, BlendJet would be providing free replacement base unit and matching lid for their portable blenders. Meanwhile, Costco offers its customers to return their purchased blenders for a full refund as an alternative.

    The BlendJet 2 blenders that are currently on sale are not affected by the recall. You can check if your blender is included in the recall here by entering the serial number!

    IKEA LETTAN Mirrors Recall

    IKEA Lettan Mirror

    IKEA is expanding the recall of their LETTAN mirrors due to the risk of lacerations. The plastic fittings that attach the mirror to the wall are prone to breaking which can lead to the mirror falling and posing a laceration hazard to consumers.

    The list of affected LETTAN mirrors are as follows:

    • LETTAN Mirror 23 5/8Ă—37 3/4 ” (Article Number 804.353.05)
    • LETTAN Mirror 31 1/2Ă—37 3/4 ” (Article Number 804.353.10)
    • LETTAN Mirror 39 3/8Ă—37 3/4 ” (Article Number 604.352.69)
    • LETTAN Mirror 47 1/4Ă—37 3/4 ” (Article Number 304.353.03)

    These mirrors bear date stamps before and including 2105 (YYWW) and supplier number 21944, also with date stamps up to and including 2325 (YYWW).

    For those who have these affected products, it is advised to cease use immediately. To obtain replacement wall fittings (part number 139298/1) free of charge, individuals can contact IKEA here or by calling tel:8889664532.

    Also note that the number of fittings needed will depend on the mirror size, so it is important to review the mirror and assembly instructions before placing an order. Alternatively, the mirrors can be returned to any IKEA store for a full refund, and proof of purchase is not necessary. See more details of this recall here!

    Eye Drops from CVS, Target & More

    CVS Health Multi Action Relief Drops and UpUp Dry Eye Relief 15 ml

    The FDA has issued a warning regarding specific over-the-counter eye drops from various major brands, including CVS Health, Leader, Rugby, Rite Aid, Target Up & Up, and Velocity Pharma. The reason for the recall is the potential presence of bacteria, which could lead to severe eye infections or vision impairment.

    There are no reported cases of eye infections associated with these products, but the FDA advises caution. This is the second eye drop recall this year, following the recall of Ezricare brand drops in January 2023.

    Affected Products:

    The recall includes 26 over-the-counter eye drop products under the following brands:

    • CVS Health
    • Leader (Cardinal Health)
    • Rugby (Cardinal Health)
    • Rite Aid
    • Target Up & Up
    • Velocity Pharma

    If you possess any of these eye drops, it is advised not to use them. Instead, dispose of them in the trash or return them to the place of purchase for a refund. Consult your doctor or seek medical assistance right away if you experience any unusual sensations or discomfort in your eyes after using these products. See the full list of included brands here, or check more details of this recall here!

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