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Product Recalls for November 2012

 Safe Kids is committed to keeping you informed about recalls of kids’ oriented products.  While it is important to keep aware of all recalls, Safe Kids urges you to pay particular attention to ones in red, as they are associated with one or more deaths. (There is a death associated with the recall of PeaPod Travel Tents in this report.) We also include important news about products and consumer concerns:

NOVEMBER 1-20 RECALLS

CPSC 11/16/2012 – KidCo Inc. is voluntarily recalling its PeaPod and PeaPod Plus sleep tents for travel because of an entrapment/suffocation hazard. Infants and young children can roll off the edge of the inflatable air mattress, become entrapped between the mattress and the fabric sides of the tent, and suffocate. The CPSC and Health Canada are aware of the death of a five-month-old boy who died from suffocation and at least nine cases.

FDA 11/15/2012 – Publix Super Markets is voluntarily recalling cake products because of possible contamination from Listeria.

CPSC 11/14/2012 – Green Gear Cycling Inc. is voluntarily recalling its Tikit Folding Bicycles because of a fall hazard due to a defective handlebar stem.

CPSC 11/13/2012 – Rec-Out is voluntarily recalling its folding camping chairs because of the presence of mold.

CPSC 11/13/2012 – Pramac America is voluntarily recalling its Powermategenerators due to a fire hazard caused by fuel leakage.

FDA 11/12/2012 – Jimmy Dean is voluntarily recalling a partial production run of its french toast and sausage sandwiches because of undeclared egg and soy.

FDA 11/09/2012 – Frito-Lay is voluntarily recalling its Grandma’s Peanut Butter Sandwich Crème cookies and the Mini Peanut Butter Sandwich Crème cookies because of undeclared milk and egg.

FDA 11/08/2012 – Nestle is voluntarily recalling its Nesquick chocolate powder because of Salmonella contamination.

CPSC 11/08/2012 – Diamondback Bicycles is recalling its 2012 Diamondback Steilacoom RCX bikes because of a fall or crash hazard which may occur because of the use of incorrect hardware.

CPSC 11/08/2012 – Monessen Hearth Systems is voluntarily recalling its Signature Command Controlled Direct and B-Vent gas fireplaces because of a fire risk which occurs when the product does not light from a remote control unit.

CPSC 11/08/2012 – LaJobi is voluntarily recalling its Graco-branded Avalonrocking chair (Glider rockers) because of a defective “glider.”

FDA 11/06/2012 – Kroger is voluntarily recalling its deluxe vanilla ice creambecause of undeclared allergens (pecans).

CPSC 11/02/2012 – Champion Power Equipment is voluntarily recalling its portable generators as a fire hazard because of fuel leakage. Exclusively sold at Costco.

NHTSA 11/02/2012 – Britax is voluntarily recalling its Advocate, Boulevard and Pavilion child seats because the padding is soft and can be pulled off by a child.  A child can choke if he/she eats the material.

CPSC 11/01/2012 – Atico International is voluntarily recalling its Halloween Mini Projection Lights because of a burn hazard due to overheating. Exclusive sold at Five-Below stores.

FDA 11/01/2012 – Bolthouse Farms and Safeway are recalling carrot chipsbecause of a potential Salmonella danger.

For more safety information, more product and safety news, and October recalls, check out the website below: 

http://www.safekids.org/our-work/recalls/2012/product-recalls-for-November-20…

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