Saturday, May 28, 2011

May 2011 recalls

May 2011 recalls
May recalls
This month, a salad staple led to widespread recalls, and a number of kiddie creature comforts posed hazards. See which products were deemed defective in May.
Food products

Safeway recalled its Signature Café prepared salads made by a California company because of possible contamination. What's the offending ingredient? No illnesses have been reported. That same ingredient led to other recalls across the country.
Children's Gear
A high-end children's furniture company recalled about 330 of its fixed-side cribs after receiving a handful of complaints. What went wrong? Check for item codes 2009, 2010 and 2011 on these crib models.
Children's toys & clothing
Kiddieland recalled about 9,000 of its Disney Princess Racing Trikes sold from January 2009 through April 11 .The trikes injured at least three children; what happened?Which other toy did the brand recall?
Pharmaceutical products
Bristol-Myers Squibb is recalling one lot of 1,000-count bottles of its Coumadin tablets . Why is it prescribed? What was the recall reason?
Meat & seafood products
A California company is recalling about 15,900 pounds of ready-to-eat pastrami and roast beef. What risk do they pose?See which sandwich chain was part of the recall.
Electrical items
Research in Motion is recalling about 1,000 of its PlayBook tablets shipped to a national office supply chain. What was the problem?
GMC issued a recall on certain vans, due to a brake defect. See what was defective.Which other GMC-made vehicles are included in the recall?
Consumer products
Telstar recalled about 317,000 of its spiral and U-shaped energy-saving light bulbs sold from August 2010 through March 2011. The bulbs -- also sold under this name -- pose a fire hazard. Find out how consumers were affected.

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