Product Recalls of the Week for Mississauga
Published October 3, 2016 at 7:44 pm
Although most foods and products are safe, some edibles and items slip through the cracks and when they do, it’s good to be aware so you can fix or avoid them.
Here’s a list of products with recall notices:
1) Certain Piper’s Pies Brand Pies
If you have an egg or anchovy allergy, you might want to note that certain Piper’s Pies brand products have been recalled for not declaring the inclusion of egg and anchovy. Adams Quality Foods initiated the recall and the foods, primarily sold in B.C. and Alberta, may also be available in Ontario (and therefore Mississauga). If you have an allergy and have this product in your home, return it or dispose of it. Click here for a full list of recalled products.
2) Marsa Brand Hot Spread/Sauce Italian Style
This product has been recalled by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) for having undeclared milk. These products were distributed in Ontario and should be returned or disposed of if you are lactose intolerant or otherwise allergic to milk. The affected products can be identified by lot number 060456.
3) SUNF 5.30 “X12” Trailer Tire Model
Les Entreprise Robert Thibert issued a recall on the product because certain tires may have been incorrectly manufactured. The error could cause the tread to delaminate/chunk, which could result in tire noise and/or ride vibration. If faulty tires are used for too long, they could fail, resulting in possible damage or injury. If you have this vehicle, you can see your dealership to have the tires replaced. Affected tires have a production date code of 5115 on the sidewall of the tire.
4) Recall of BMW G650GS and G650GS SERTAO Models
BMW is recalling the aforementioned motorcycles because, on certain bikes, the engine control unit software that regulates the idle speed may have been incorrectly programmed. This issue could cause the engine to stall, increasing the likelihood of accident or injury. If you have this motorcycle, consult your dealership. The affected bikes were manufactured in 2013.
5) Aura Cacia Milk and Oat Bath Products
Frontier Co-Op is recalling the aforementioned cosmetic products due to an elevated microorganism count that was discovered by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). These products could pose a potential health hazard, although no illnesses have been reported. The affected products include Lavender Milk and Oat Bath Packet, Canada (UPC 051381303075 and Lot 5281), Lavender Milk and Oat Bath Packet (UPC 051381903077 and Lot 5289) and Lavender Milk and Oat Bath Jar (UPC 051381903176 and Lot 5296). These products were sold between Oct. 2015 and Sept. 2016. If you have this product, please dispose of it and call Frontier Co-op directly at 1-800-669-3275 to inquire about a credit.
6) Sliced Turkey and Chicken Products Sold at Tre Rose Bakery
If you’ve been shopping at the Tre Rose Bakery in Etobicoke, you should know that sliced turkey and chicken products have been recalled due to listeria. The affected products were sold from Sept. 15-16 and include Lily O.R. Turkey, Classic Turkey and Brandt O.R. Chicken. Foods contaminated with listeria may not look or smell spoiled, but should not be consumed. If you have consumed this product and are experiencing flu-like symptoms, see your doctor. Pregnant women, the elderly and people with compromised immune systems are at increased risk of adverse effects.
7) Dynafit Khion Ski Boots
Salewa North America Inc. has recalled the aforementioned product for safety reasons, as problems with the boots make wearers more prone to falling and, potentially, injuring themselves. The recall affects Khion Men’s Boots (model number 08-0000061502), Khion Women’s Boots (model number 08-0000061503) and the Khion Carbon Boot (model number 08-0000061504). The men’s boots are grey with grey and black buckles, the women’s boots are red with red and black buckles and the carbon boot is white with green and white buckles. If you own these boots, contact Dynafit for a refund or replacement.
8) Canyon Star Class A Motorhome Model
Newmar has issued a recall of the motorhome due to possible wheelchair access door malfunction. If the remote key fob is pressed while the motorhome is moving, the wheelchair access door might open, potentially creating a safety hazard. If you have this vehicle, see your dealer about a repair. The models affected were produced in 2016.
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