We know for many of you, this week might have been a little crazy. But don’t worry, we’re compiling all your recall headlines in one place in this week’s Recall Roundup.
Consumer Recall Safety - Specialized Bikes

Specialized recalled several bike models for brake component issues.

Get details on the two meat recalls this week- one for chicken Milanese breast and one for various chicken, beef, veal and pork products.
The 360 pounds of chicken breast were recalled from Roundy’s Supermarket stores in Illinois, Minnesota and Wisconsin because the chicken may have been undercooked.

Consumer Recall Safety - M & P Food Production Meats

11,000 pounds of various meat products were recalled.

The recall of various meats involved a total of 11,000 pounds in a number of east coast states. The products contain milk but do not declare it on the packaging, posing a risk to those allergic to milk.

John Deere announced its third tractor recall in three days last Friday, this time of several X300 series tractors. Maureen McCormack, segment manager in media relations for John Deere, said that the three recalls are unrelated and coincidental.

Strong America put out a recall notice in New York for Huipu Chinese Wolfberry. Wolfberry is often known commercially as goji berry. The berries contain undeclared sulfites, which can be dangerous for those with allergies. See the recall here.

Del Bueno issued a recall in Washington state for Queso Fresco Casero cheese. The cheese has the potential to be contaminated with listeria. Consumers are urged to contact Del Bueno for a refund.

Consumer Recall Safety - Bunk Beds

American Woodcrafters recalled 180 bunk and loft beds.

If your kids sleep on bunk beds or loft beds, make sure to check to see if they belong to this American Woodcrafters recall. The guard rails on upper bunks can crack and cause the mattress and its support rails to collapse, posing a fall hazard.

NEXT brand men’s 26-inch bikes sold at Wal-Mart stores since February are being recalled by Bridgeway International. The 91,000 bikes have chains that can break. The company will repair it for free.

In another bike recall, Specialized sent out notice for 10 different bike models with Advanced Group carbon forks that have faulty brake components. The bikes sold for up to $2000 and will be fixed for free as part of the return, or the carbon fork will be replaced.

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