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Chrissie Cole

AMX Batteries Recalled Due To Fire Hazard

AMX, of Texas, in conjunction with the CPSC, issued a voluntary recall of more than 8,000 rechargeable batteries because the batteries can overheat and rupture, posing a burn hazard.
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Chrissie Cole

Bicycle Frames Recalled By Norco

Norco Performance Bikes, in cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), is voluntarily recalling Norco Bicycle Frames because they can crack and separate, causing a fall…

Jenny Albano

Seoul Shik Poom Recalls Frozen Salted and Dried Yellow Croaker

Seoul Shik Poom, Inc., in conjunction with the FDA, is recalling Frozen Salted and/or Dried Yellow Croaker because it may be contaminated with Clostridium botulinum, which is a bacteria that can cause sever illness or even death.The following products are being recalled:Item # Description Weight (lbs) -BG1103 Bupsungpo) Fz. Salted Yellow Croaker (bag) 2.2Lbs-BG1121B Polar) Fz. Dried Yellow…

Jenny Albano

Everlasting Distributors, Inc. Recalls Blue Ocean Smoked Indian Sardine Tamban Due to Potential Contamination

Everlasting Distributors, Inc., in conjunction with the FDA, is recalling Blue Ocean Smoked Indian Sardine Tamban in 8 oz. packaged frozen because it may be contaminated with the bacterium that causes botulism, which is a potentially life-threatening food-bourne illness.Blue Ocean Smoked Indian Sardine Tamban was distributed in New York and New Jersey areas and it reached consumers through…

Ricky Bagolie

Beware of Dangerous Shelhigh Medical Devices

Shelhigh, Inc of Union, New Jersey, has been told by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to recall all of its medical devices in the marketplace, including hospitals, as there is a fear that the devices are not sterile. They manufacutured various devices that are used in adults infants and children. Anyone who experiences problems or injury as a result of the use of these medical devices…

Ricky Bagolie

Beware of Pet Food Tainted with Rat Poison

An investigation has revealed that the recalled pet food produced by Menu Foods was tainted with the rat poison aminopterin. Dogs and cats that have eaten the bad food have suffered from kidney failure and death. Over 60 million cans and pouches of the Company’s “wet pet” food, some of which was canned in New Jersey and sold in over 90 brands, have been recalled. Contact Bagolie Friedman…

Ricky Bagolie

Bad Pet Food Causes Kidney Failure & Death

Pet food giant, Menu Foods, has recalled more than 60 million cans and pouches of wet style dog and cat food after it has been linked to kidney failure and death in many pets. The company, based in Canada, has plants in Kansas and New Jersey that produced the tainted food. A full list of the recalled products may be found at www.menufoods.com/recall.Menu Foods may be subject to lawsuits on…

Ricky Bagolie

Beware of Increase Risk Due to Some Birth Control

Public watchdog Public Citizen hs petitioned the FDA to ban all third generation oral contraceptives containing the incredient desogestrel because it nearly doubles the risk of life threatening blodd clots when compared to the older forms of the pill.”The FDA must ensure the well-being and safety of women in the U.S. and ban third-generation oral contraceptives containing desogestrel,” the…

Ricky Bagolie

Contaminated Peanut Butter Leads to Illness, Lawsuits

Throw away your peanut butter says the FDA. The warning is based on a new study released on February 13, 2007 by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and state and local health agencies. It connects 288 cases of food borne illness in 39 states to consumption of certain types of Peter Pan peanut butter. Most infections are in New York, Pennsylvania, Virginia, Tennessee and…

Ricky Bagolie

Lawsuits Filed in Peanut Butter Recall

On Feb 14, the Food and Drug Administration warned consumers not to eat any Peter Pan or Great Value brand peanut butter in jars bearing product code 2111, which came from a ConAgra plant in Georgia. All products with that code, purchased since May 2006, have been recalled for fears that they contain salmonella, a bacterial infection that can cause diarrhea, cramps, vomiting, fever and chills. …