Spicy chips, swim gear, and bicycle parts recalled in Mississauga, Brampton and Ontario


Published September 10, 2023 at 5:52 pm

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Health Canada is alerting residents to check their homes for the following recalled products that pose mild to severe health risks.

Here is what is being recalled this week:

Paqui brand 2023 One Chip Challenge

Paqui - One Chip Challenge - 6 g - Front 1

The following size and UPC are affected by the recall:

  • 6 grams — 8 10002 65040 6

The chip, known as the world’s spiciest— laced with Carolina Reaper and Scorpion peppers, has been a popular online challenge for content creators. However, since its 2016 launch, it’s being pulled from stores in Ontario and globally.

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) confirmed that the recalled products are being taken off the market. They’ve also started a food safety investigation that might lead to more product recalls.

Risks: Health hazard.

What you should do: If consumers believe they may have fallen ill due to the product, it is advised they reach out to their healthcare provider. Consumers are also asked to properly dispose the product or return them to the place of purchase.

The company confirms that there have been reported reactions associated with the consumption of this product.

SUBEA Easybreath children’s snorkel mask

Easybreath Junior Mask - Light blue (8549879)

This recall involves the following SUBEA children’s snorkeling masks:

  • Easybreath Jr mask – Street Art (8732693)
  • Easybreath Jr mask – Light blue (8549879)

There is no clear indication that the mask remains safe for use in cases of valve loss or defects. A malfunction or loss of a valve can impede breathing, potentially leading to suffocation.

Risks: Poses injuries related to drowning and death.

What you should do: Stop using the recalled product and get in touch with the nearest sales outlet to obtain the most up-to-date instruction manual.

The company reported that 22,947 units of the affected products were sold in Canada between April 2019 to July 2023.

As of August 14, 2023, the company has received no report of incidents or injuries in Canada.

Certain Pirelli 28-622 P ZERO TM Race TLR bicycle tires

28-622 P ZERO TM Race TLR’s front and back product label

This recall concerns Pirelli bicycle tires sized 28-622 (700x28c), which are designed for tubeless use.

It involves two models: the P ZERO TM Race TLR and TLR Classic.

Both of the tires are made of black rubber.

The Race TLR version has a black sidewall with “Pirelli” and “P Zero TM Race TLR” in white letters, while the Race TLR Classic has a sidewall featuring black and orange colours with “Pirelli” and “P Zero TM Race TLR” in black lettering.

The following UPC codes are affected:

  • 8019227414967
  • 8019227398434

All date codes between “1023” and “2423” are included in the recall.

The tires may not retain inflation pressure on some rims. This may result in bead unseating and rapid air loss, and result in potential loss of bicycle control.

Risks: Poses a fall hazard.

What you should do: It is cautioned to stop using the recalled product and contact Pirelli Tire LLC for a refund or replacement.

The company reported that 544 units of the affected product were sold in Canada and 14,176 between March 2023 to July 2023.

As of August 23, 2023, the company has received no report of incidents or injuries in Canada.

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