It was a big week in recalls, and unless you eat, sleep and breathe recalls like us at ConsumerBell, there’s a good chance you missed a few. But hey, that’s why we’re here to give you the scoop with our weekly Recall Roundup.
If you’re planning a bike ride this weekend (weather permitting, of course) make sure to follow up on this recall of 27,000 Trek Bicycles. Included in this recall are various models from the Trek FX and District line. Get the full list including photos and model numbers here.
General Electric has recalled three models of Pro Rangetops because the burner may fail to ignite if the gas control knob is left in a position between OFF and LITE, posing a risk of delayed ignition or explosion.
These Glider Recliners with Ottomans sold at Big Lots stores nationwide have exposed moving parts that can pose finger pinching and crushing hazards to older children and adults. Find the details of the 375,000 unit recall here.
This week in food recalls, Listeria continues to make headlines by forcing a recall of more than 17,000 cases of Landshire’s Nike All-American and Super Poor Boy Sandwiches due to Listeria contamination. Bagged Spinach from Fresh & Easy Markets was also recalled due to Listeria contamination. Get the details in our marketplace, here.
Salmonella was found in organic eggs out of Minnesota, prompting a recall from Larry Schultz Organic Farm. 560 bags of Bagged Spinach sold at Super King Markets in Los Angeles, California were also recalled due to the presence of Salmonella.
Do you shop at Wegmans stores in New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Virginia, or Maryland? Approximately 5,000 pounds of the Turkish Pine Nuts sold in their bulk food department were recalled due to Salmonella contamination.
There may be nothing wrong with these Ready To Eat Meals bound for hospitals and airlines, but they were produced without federal inspection, prompting a recall of 4,100 pounds of a variety of meals. Find the full list at our marketplace.
Food allergies can be very serious, and this week several products were recalled for containing allergens not listed on their labels. Murray Sugar Free Chocolate Chip Cookies were recalled due to undeclared pecans and General Mills recalled Chocolate flavor Fiber One 90-Calorie Chewy Bars for undeclared peanuts.
Those who are allergic to soy should be aware of more than 22,000 pounds of this recalled Carne Guisada that was sent to restaurants in Louisiana and Texas.
Visit our marketplace to get information on more food recalls due to undeclared allergens including Amish Heritage “Rotisserie Seasonings” Turkey Breast, Ponchatrain Sauce Mix and Dried Dates.
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