Recall Roundup: June 25, 2016

Frozen Peas for Listeria

Frozen Peas recalled for potential listeria contamination
National Frozen Foods Corporation of Seattle, WA continues to expand its recall for frozen vegetable which may be contaminated with listeria. A full list of recalled products can be found on the FDA’s website.

Bolthouse Farms Shakes Due to Possible Spoilage

Bolthouse Shakes for Spoilage
Bolthous Farms has voluntarily recalled a selection of protein drinks due to possible spoilage. Spoiled beverages will appear lumpy, taste unpleasant, and have a foul odor – they should not be consumed. The recall includes Protein PLUS and Mocha Cappuccino shakes with best by dates between 6/20/16-9/18/16. For a full list of recalled products, visit the FDA’s website.

Tomee Tippee Electric Bottle & Food Warmer For Potential Fire Hazard

Tommee Tippee Bottle Warmer Fire Hazard
Tommee Tippee Electric Bottle and Food Warmers have been recalled due to an electrical issue which may stop safety features from working properly. Those features prevent the product from overheating and may pose a fire hazard. If you have an affected product stop using it immediately and contact Tommee Tippee for a replacement free of charge. More information on the recall and receiving a replacement, can be found on Tommee Tippee’s website.

Land of Nod’s Octo-Rattles

Land of Nod Recall
Land of Nod has recalled octo-rattles, which are knit fabric rattles that are shaped like an octopus and have multi-colored felt discs sewn into the tentacles. The discs on the tentacles can detach posing a choking hazard. Rattles should be returned to Land of Nod for a full merchandiser credit. More information can be found on Land of Nod’s website.

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