Recall Roundup: Extra Scary Edition

It’s Halloween, and what’s scarier than exploding DVD player batteries and killer flatware? Or dairy lurking in an innocent-looking tortilla? What about a zombie ATV that accelerates on its own?

Cambridge Silversmiths flatware: Plastic inserts can detach; choking hazard
Coby Electronics portable DVD/CD/MP3 player batteries – fire hazard
Haunted House candle holders sold at Yankee candle – fire hazard
Bad Boy Buggy off-road vehicles – has rogue accelerator
Handy Switch Wireless Light Switches – fire hazard (see this post)
Roman shades sold at Bed Bath and Beyond and Whole Space – strangulation hazard
Roller blinds from IKEA – strangulation hazard
Belkin SurgeMaster Surge Protectors – electric shock hazard
Sony VAIO AC adapters – electric shock hazard
Halloween flashlights from Target – burn hazard
Kroger Hazelnut Spread – undeclared peanuts
Agro Sun Dried Fruits and Nuts Tropical Mix – undeclared sulfites
Breyers All Natural ice cream – undeclared wheat
Dove Caramel Pecan Perfection Ice Cream – undeclared peanuts
Mrs. Rios and Pop’s Bakery tortillas – undeclared dairy
Accusure Insulin Syringes – needles may detach

The CPSC has also put out a warning about My Baby Soother pacifiers, which apparently pose a choking hazard. However, the manufacturer will not recall the product, which was sold only in the New York metro area.

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