honda atv recall, recalls this week, johnson and johnson recall, stroller recallWelcome to this week’s Recall Roundup where we’re wrangling all the recalls in the past seven days so you don’t miss a beat.

In food this week, chili products were recalled in Massachusetts by The Chili Station because the products were distributed without the benefit of federal inspection. The recall affects 3,800 pounds of chili.

Malta beverages under several different brand names were recalled by The Florida Brewery because the glass bottles could cut mouths of drinkers.

In the home, GSM radio modules in home control panels were recalled. The systems, by 2GIG Technologies, can overheat and combust posing fire hazards. Forced air heaters imported by Meijer can also overheat, and are being recalled as well.

Outside the house, gas powered backpack blowers by ECHO are being recalled. The fuel line can break and it poses a fire hazard. About 5,000 utility vehicle latches that can disengage while the vehicle is moving are being recalled by LSI Products. And Honda is recalling 2,900 all terrain vehicles because of issues with the suspension arm.

More than 30 million gas tanks that can leak gas and pose an ignition and fire hazard are being recalled nationwide and in Canada.

Two bike recalls this week affect cyclists nationwide: mountain bike handlebar stems by Shimano are being recalled and Fuji Saratoga women’s bicycles are also being recalled.

Baby products affected this week include Johnson & Johnson’s Tylenol recall of grape flavored infants’ oral suspension. Complains about the dosing system prompted the J&J owned McNeil Consumer Healthcare company to announce the recall. And lastly, Kelty single and double jogger strollers were recalled because the front wheel can loosen during use and cause fall hazards for the baby and the adult pushing the stroller.

Three recalls this week were announced without a press release. See them here in Recalls Without Press Releases.

Are you affected by any of these recalls? Let us know in the comments.