Chocolates, cheese and more recalled due to plastic, other health risks in Mississauga and Brampton
Published November 20, 2022 at 1:49 pm
Multiple food items and other products have been recalled from retailers in Ontario, including stores in Mississauga and Brampton, due to potential health and safety risks.
See below for further information on each individual recall:
Risk: The products may contain milk which is not listed on the label.
What you should do: Residents with a milk allergy should throw out the product or check if it can be returned to the store it was purchased from.
Risk: Presence of plastic.
What you should do: Residents should throw out the product or check if it can be returned to the store it was purchased from.
Risk: Small pieces of metal wire have been identified in a small number of units of the recalled product, which could pose a possible skin puncture or a scratch hazard.
What you should do: Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled product and return it to a Carter’s store location for a full refund in the form of a gift card. Consumers may also contact the Carter’s Consumer Affairs department and request a free return label and envelope to return the product for a refund in the form of an electronic gift card.
Risk: If incorrectly installed with inadequate load support, under certain rare circumstances, certain of the Goalsetter basketball goals could detach from the wall and fall to the ground.
What you should do: Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled basketball goals and contact Goalsetter Systems Inc. for a free inspection of the installed wall-mounted goal and free installation of an additional safety bracket, or free removal of the basketball goal with a full refund.
Risk: A peelable, plastic label located on the smallest center piece of wood can peel off and pose a choking hazard to small children.
What you should do: Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled rainbow stacker toy, remove and dispose of the plastic label. Consumers may also return the product to Homesense, Winners or Marshalls Canada for a full refund.
Risk: The recalled blinds do not meet the Corded Window Coverings Regulations and pose a strangulation hazard.
What you should do: Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled products and keep all cords out of reach of children. Products can be returned to be exchanged for a cordless replacement.
Risk: The lack of child-resistant packaging and appropriate labelling information could result in unintentional exposure to the products and lead to serious illness or injury.
What you should do: Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled products, keep them out of reach of children and contact the company or safely dispose of them in accordance with local municipal hazardous waste requirements.
Risk: The rubber straps that fasten the bicycle bag to the bicycle can break causing the bag to come loose and fall, posing an injury hazard. As of November 8, 2022 the company has received 3 reports of broken straps in Canada.
What you should do: Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled Swift straps, discard them and contact Swift Industries for a free replacement strap.
Risk: The products can overheat, posing a fire hazard.
What you should do: Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled products and register with Hyper Product for a store credit, with proof of purchase, in the amount of the purchase price.
Risk: If the bassinet structural support bars are not in place and fully assembled in accordance with the manufacturer instructions, and if an unattended infant is placed cross-wise on the bassinet without the bassinet structural support bars in place, an uneven sleeping surface may be created posing a potential risk of injury or death due to suffocation.
If a child is left unattended in the bassinet or playard portion of the playard while the change table accessory is installed, contrary to the manufacturer instructions, a child could attempt to lift the change table accessory posing a potential risk of injury or death due to entrapment.
What you should do:
Bassinet: Consumers should not use the bassinet of the Harmony Play & Go Playard without the accompanying bassinet structural support bars in place. Consumers should contact Harmony to receive a free kit to eliminate the possibility of removing the bassinet structural support bars.
Change Table: Consumers should immediately detach and discard the change table straps and stop using the instructions for the change table. Consumers should contact Harmony to obtain updated change table instructions. Once the updated change table instructions have been reviewed, consumers may continue to use Harmony Play & Go Playard change table in accordance with the updated instructions.insauga's Editorial Standards and Policies advertising