Quick Alerts For Recalls !
Alerts for recall are aimed at protecting and promoting your health and therefore must be strictly adhered to. The U S Food and Drug administration department recently came up with numerous food and drugs products that has been placed on Alerts for members of the public. The lists are in exhaustible. The article below also enumerate different categories of foods and other products that have been in the lists of recent products on recall alerts.
From toys and children’s clothing to contaminated food, staying alert to recalls of unsafe, hazardous, and defective products can help to keep your kids safe and healthy.
1. Foster Farms Chicken Recalled – Listeria
Foster Farms has recalled about 39,747 pounds of frozen, pre-cooked Chicken Breast Grilled Strips because they may be contaminated with Listeria.
The recalled chicken was sold in 3.5 lb resealable bags and “will bear the establishment number “P-33901” as well as a Best by Date of 08-05-15.” They were sold Costco stores in Oregon, Alaska, Washington, Idaho, Montana, Utah, Colorado, Texas, Louisiana, California, and Hawaii, and also Stater Brother stores in California.
If you have any of this recalled chicken in your freezer, you should return it to the place of purchase for a refund.
This recall is also a good food safety reminder – reheat ready-to-eat foods until they are steaming hot.
2. IKEA Children’s Swings Recalled
About 2,000 KEA GUNGGUNG Swings have been recalled because “the suspension fittings can break causing a child to fall from the swing, posing a risk of serious injury.”
There have been at least four reports of injuries related to these IKEA swings, including one child with a fractured leg.
The recalled swings were sold at IKEA for $20 from June 2014 to August 2014. If you have one of the recalled swings, stop using it and get a refund from IKEA.
To read more about other types of products on recall alerts, check from the article source below:
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