RECALLS: Cooking pots, safety harnesses, cakes, and chicken burgers recalled in Ontario


Published February 25, 2024 at 5:02 pm

Another week and another set of recalls.

Residents should inspect their homes for the listed items as some may present burn and fall risks, while others contain undisclosed ingredients that could pose ingestion hazards.

MSR Camping Cooking Pots by Cascade Designs


Cascade Designs camping cooking pots including those sold individually or as part of stove systems are being recalled. The anodized aluminum pots feature the MSR brand name imprinted on its sides.

The following models and capacities are affected by the recall:

  • Reactor 1.0L Pot
  • Reactor 1.0L Stove System
  • Reactor 1.7L Pot
  • Reactor 1.7L Stove System
  • Trail Lite 1.3L Pot
  • Trail Lite 2L Pot
  • Trail Lite Duo Cook Set
  • Trail Lite Solo Cook Set

The product issue is the pot handle can detach or become loose, spilling hot food and liquids.

The company reported that 22,321 units of the affected products were sold in Canada, and 60,665 were sold in the United States between January 2008 to October 2023.

Risks: Poses burn and scalding hazards.

What you should do: Stop using the the cooking pot and contact Cascade Designs for a free replacement pot handle/lifter.

As of Feb. 21, 2024 one burn incident was reported in Canada. In the United States, 21 incidents related to burns occurred while using the pot.

FeraDyne Outdoors Rhino Tree Stand Safety Harnesses

Recalled FeraDyne Outdoors Rhino Tree Stand Safety Harness

FeraDyne Outdoors’ Rhino Tree Stand Safety Harnesses feature black cloth strips with a white cloth tether stitched together using orange thread.

Each harness includes a label with the model number “RTH-2000S” or “RTH-2001S.”

The harness was included in the box of the corresponding tree-stand/ladder-stand products.

The safety harness is subject to the recall issued by the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) because it fails to meet safety standards due to its stitching.

The CPSC states that 340 products were sold in Canada.

Risks: Potential fall hazard.

What you should do: Individuals are advised to stop using the product.

As of Feb. 25, no incidents or injuries related to this product have been reported to Health Canada.

Bành Pia brand Hopia Cake

Bành Pia - Hopia Cake - 480 g - Front

The following item and batches are part of the recall:

  • Hopia Cake – Mung Bean-Durian— 480 g with the UPC: 8 936014 318942 and best before date March 6 2024.

The product is being recalled due to the presence of undeclared egg which is not listed on the label.

Risks: Poses mild to severe health issues to individuals who are allergic to eggs.

What you should do: Do not eat the cake if you are sensitive to certain ingredients or are allergic.

As of Feb. 25, there has been one reported reaction associated with the consumption of this product.

Flamingo brand Chicken Burgers

Gluten-free breaded chicken burgers | Flamingo

The following products are affected by the recall:

  • Flamingo brand chicken burgers in the 600 g size—UPC: 0 65137 79001 9
  • Olymel bran popcorn chicken in the 4 kg size—UPC: 0 65137 13014 3

The chicken burgers and popcorn chicken are being recalled due to the presence of metal pieces.

Risks: Ingestion hazard.

What you should do: Do not consume the recalled chicken products and throw away.

The company has not provided information regarding the quantity of the recalled products distributed to customers or any injuries resulting from the consumption of the burgers and popcorn chicken.


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