Recall Roundup: Step Away From The Pepper Edition

Salmonella in the pepper! Salmonella in the hydrolyzed vegetable protein! Salmonella everywhere! Oh yeah, and some other stuff was recalled too.

Babies and Children
Graco Harmony High Chairs: Chair may tip over unexpectedly
Holiday-Themed Charm Bracelets: High levels of cadmium, which children should not eat.
Infantino SlingRider: Suffocation hazard
Evenflo Top-of-Stairâ„¢ Plus Wood Gates: Slats can break
Scooby Doo, Tweety and Batman Fork and Spoon Sets: Fork prongs can fall out, choking hazard

Tools and Household
Hitachi Coil Nailers: May shoot nails sideways.
Fluke VoltAlert Voltage Detector: May fail to detect voltage.
Gerber machetes: May slice hand open
Therma Scarf microwaveable scarf: Fire and burn hazard
Lutron Shading Solutions Roman Shades; Meijer Roman shades: Strangulation hazard

Automobiles
Titan, Armada, Quest and Infiniti QX56: Problems with brake pedal pins and fuel-gauge components

Food and Consumables
Binell Bros. Cutlery Black Pepper: Possible salmonella contamination
Bass Pro Shops Uncle Bucks Beer Batter Mix: Possible salmonella contamination
Modern Products Seasonings: Possible salmonella contamination
H.D.W. Foods Black Pepper: Possible salmonella contamination
Chilli Man Seasoning Mix: Possible salmonella contamination
Blue Line Foodservice Distribution Spice Paks: Possible salmonella contamination
McCain All American Roasters: Possible salmonella contamination
C. H. Guenther & Son (products sold under IGA, Hy-Top, H-E-B, and other store brand names) seasoning kits: Possible salmonella contamination
Fisher and Archer Farms nuts and snack mixes: Possible salmonella contamination
Sunbird and Williams seasoning mixes: Possible salmonella contamination
Gluten-Free Naturals baking mixes: Possible salmonella contamination
“Spreadables” brand Crab Creole and Shrimp Scampi cheese spreads: Possible salmonella contamination
Spice Barn black pepper: Possible salmonella contamination
Flying Horse Sesame Chewy Candy: Undeclared Peanuts