October Recall Roundup: Never Trust An Ant

Box Front 800The federal government shutdown meant that our friends over at the Consumer Products Safety Commission weren’t diligently posting recalls to their website as usual, but that doesn’t mean that there were no dangerous products recalled since our last Roundup in September. Nope.  

Babies & Kids
Trail Crest Children’s Hooded Sweatshirts – strangulation hazard

Toys R Us

Toys R Us Journey Girl Travel Trunks – blue metal handle may cut user
W.S. Badger Company Daily SPF 30 Kids & Baby Sunscreen – microbial contamination

Home & Kitchen
Schneider Electric APC Surge Protectors – may overheat, fire hazard
Cracker Barrel BBQ Ant Votive Candle Holders – ant’s legs may break, dropping candle
The Land of Nod Bed-Frames – entrapment hazard

Festool Plunge Cut Circular Saw – Saw may lock unexpectedly and cut people instead of wood

Desserts and Snacks
Price Chopper coconut custard pies – undeclared milk, egg, soy, wheat and coconut
Safeway Snack Artist BBQ Potato Chips – undeclared milk

Drugs and Supplements
Virilis Pro, PHUK and Prolifta – actually contain undeclared Viagra

Spices and Sauces
Pran Brand Turmeric Powder – elevated levels of lead

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