Readers, have you purchased any of these products? Have you heard of the Animal Crackers Recall? I use to buy these all the time for my granddaughter, until I found something else she likes better. Newman’s Own Organics Alphabet cookies 🙂 Please check and make sure you do not have any that have been recalled or any of the OTHER products that were recalled last week.
D. F. Stauffer Biscuit Co Original Animal Crackers
The York-based food company is voluntarily recalling a recent batch of its Original Animal Crackers because they may be packed with other cookies that contain milk powder.
The recall affects the following batch:
Best By Date: 07SEP17
Bag Lot Numbers: LC120716 and LD120716
Case Lot Number: L120716
UPC code: 7232091022
The crackers were delivered to Walmart stores in Utah, Colorado, Texas, New Mexico, Wyoming, California, Arizona, Washington, Louisiana, Oregon, Idaho, Hawaii, Montana Arkansas, Oklahoma, South Dakota and Nevada, according to the FDA.
Pictsweet Farms 12-ounce Crunchy Breaded Okra
A Bells, Tennessee food manufacturer is recalling some packages of its crunchy breaded okra, according to the FDA.
The Pictsweet Farms 12-ounce Crunchy Breaded Okra may contain small pieces of glass. One injury has been reported.
The company’s 12-ounce Crunchy Breaded Okra (UPC#: 0 70560 98377 8) with a “best if used by” date of November 3, 2018 was affected. The packages have the following production codes: 3086B C, 3086B D, 3086B E, 3086B F, or 3086B G.
Customers can return the items to their purchase location for a full refund.
The Pictsweet consumer affairs line can be reached at 1-800-527-0986 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. CDT.
Restoration Hardware antique car mobile
The Eureka, California-based home furnishings company pulled 1,000 of the vintage car mobiles from shelves. The wheels on the cars can fall off and become choking hazards for babies or young children.
No injuries have been reported.
Parents can contact the company for a full refund.
The company’s toll-free phone number is 888-728-8419. It’s open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. PT Monday through Friday or online at www.RH.com. Click on “Safety” at the bottom of the page for more information.
652,000 vehicles with Takata airbags
Thirteen automakers are recalling more than 652,000 vehicles in the U.S. in the latest round of dangerous Takata air bag inflator recalls.
Takata inflators can explode with too much force, blowing apart a metal canister and sending shrapnel into the passenger compartment. Sixteen people have died worldwide due to the problem.
The recall is among the latest round covering 5.7 million vehicles involving 19 automakers in the U.S. In total, it’s the largest auto recall in U.S. history, affecting 69 million inflators and 42 million vehicles.
Owners can go to the National Highway Traffic Administration website to see if their models are involved.
Yamaha is issuing a recall of snowmobiles, citing fire hazards and crash risks posed by turbo chargers.
The recalled snowmobiles include the 2016 SR10 SRViper snowmobiles with a dealer-installed Mountain Performance Inc. turbo kit.
No injuries have been reported, but the company has received 40 reports of engine damage.
Yamaha is contacting consumers, but owners can contact a local dealer for a repair.
Arctic Cat snowmobiles
Arctic Cat is recalling about 20,000 units because the company said fuel can leak into the engine compartment.
The manufacturer said it has received more than 900 reports of fuel leaks, six of which resulted in fires, but no injuries.
The recall involves model year 2007, 2008 and 2009 Arctic Cat snowmobiles, including F models, Jaguar and Jaguar Z1 1100 models, Bearcat Z1 XT models, T500 and T570 models, TZ1 and TZ1 Turbo models, and Z1 1100 and Z1 1100 Turbo models, according to the Consumer Product Safety Commission.
The snowmobiles were produced in a variety of color combinations. “Arctic Cat” is printed on the sides of the vehicle and on the back snow-flap area. The model name is on the side of the vehicle and the model number is printed in the owner’s manual.
Owners who have not been notified by mail can contact the nearest dealer for information.
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