This week featured recalls from Target, IKEA and Martinelli’s Sparkling Cider. Catch up on these and the rest of the week’s biggest recalls with our Recall Roundup.Target recalled about 55,000 LED Flashlight Setsbecause the flashlights can heat up, smoke or melt, posing fire and burn

Consumer Recall Safety - Flashlights

Flashlight sets were recalled by Target due to fire hazard.

hazards. Target received four reports of the flashlights overheating including two reports of minor burns.

IKEA recalled 169,000 ANTILOP High Chairs because the chair’s restraint buckle can open unexpectedly, posing a fall hazard to the child. This is IKEA’s third recall in three months. The other two being the BUSA folding children’s tents and PAX AURLAND wardrobe.

Performance Inc. recalled about 2,900 Bicycle Pedals that can break or crack during use, causing the rider to lose control. Performance has received three reports of the Forté Pro Carbon Road Pedals breaking, but no injuries were reported.

Two models of O-Grill Portable Gas Grills were recalled by Uni-O Industries. Approximately 4,500 of the grills were recalled because the regulator can leak gas which can ignite, posing a fire and burn hazard to consumers.

Consumer Recall Safety - Martinelli'sWatch out when opening those bottles of sparkling cider leftover from your New Year’s celebration. Certain production lots of Martinelli’s Gold Medal Sparkling Cider in six-pack glass bottles were recalled in the Western United States due to the possibility of a defective seal that could break when opening the bottle.

Green Valley Food Corp. recalled a total of 35,000 cases of 18 different varieties of sprout products because they may be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes. Listeria can cause serious and sometimes fatal infections in those with weakened immune systems.

We also saw two recalls of cheese from Wisconin due to Listeria contamination. Bekkum Family Farms LLC recalled bags of shredded cheese and Alpine Slicing and Cheese Conversion Company recalled variety of cheese products.

Shamrock Foods in Arizona recalled approximately 7,500 pounds of marinated beef and marinated chicken products due to undeclared allergens. The marinated beef product contains soybeans, wheat  and sulfites, and the marinated chicken product contains wheat, milk and sulfites, that are not declared on the label for either product.

Check back for our Recall Roundup every Friday, and watch our recall marketplace for information on the latest recalls throughout the week. Got a recalled product? Let us know in the comments.