Not all recalls affect the entire country, but instead perhaps one specific region or even one individual community.
A La Crosse, Wisconsin-based company called Kwik Trip has announced a recall of Glazers Donuts. At issue is the fact that the items in question may contain traces of eggs, an allergen that was not listed on the labeling of the item. Personnel at Kwik Trip discovered this issue when they figured out that the supplier of one of their ingredients had added egg to the mixture.
Thankfully, there have been no illnesses or reactions brought to the attention of the company in conjunction with this recall.
The item comes in a 10.75 ounce cardboard box and has a UPC code of 39779 04033. The donuts have a sell by date of April 7, so they should not be in the stores at this point anyway. They were only available in Iowa, Wisconsin, and Minnesota.
Consumers that suffer from an egg allergy are being advised to discontinue consumption and return the item to the Kwik Trip from which it was purchased.
As a personal injury lawyer in Bakersfield, I’m sorry to see yet another undeclared allergen make its way into a product. Millions of people suffer from allergies, which is why labeling is so important. I am glad to see, though, that this item was recalled before an injury could occur. I wish as a San Bernardino personal injury attorney that all recalls could be preventative instead of reactionary.
103,437 vehicles are being recalled by Daimler Trucks North America due to faults found in Sterling, Freightliner and Western Star Vehicles of the 2006-2013 model years. These vehicles use Detroit Diesel EPA07, EPA10, DD13 and DD15/16 engines.
Made between January 20, 2006 and February 20, 2012, the support system for the pump to rail high pressure fuel line used on these engines has a sensitivity to assembly torque. Thus, service work could damage the part. This would mean that line supports can loosen and break, which in turn causes the fuel line to crack and fuel to leak out of the vehicle. This is a hazard as it could lead to fuel spillage. On the road, a crash risk can present itself, plus an ignition source could cause the leaked fuel to catch fire.
Owners are being notified by the company. They will be given a free fuel line support system replacement where applicable. This will be conducted by approved Daimler maintenance facilities. This should start, if it hasn’t already, in March.
As a personal injury lawyer in Bakersfield, I’m sorry to see a safety defect like this take place. I hope all owners of the vehicle in question heed the warnings of this recall so that the issue can be taken care of before lives are endangered. As a Bakersfield car accident lawyer, I understand how recalls can save lives, but not if consumers don’t take notice.
According to news sources, a recall has been issued for two lots of Kountry Buffet 14% feed due to the product containing harmful levels of monensin sodium (Rumensin).
The company, Western Feed, LLC announced the recall of its two M718430 and M720280 lots after it was found to contain potentially harmful levels of monensin sodium that could be potentially fatal to horses at certain levels. To date, the company has reportedly received multiple reports of horses that died due to the consumption of the recalled product. A private laboratory conducted a testing of the recalled product and indicated the presence of the increased level of Rumensin.
Those with the recalled product should stop using it and contact the company directly at 308-247-2601.
As a San Francisco personal injury attorney, I’ve seen recalls of this kind in the past and understand the risks they entail for unsuspecting consumers. I hope that by supplying this information consumers will have an opportunity to learn more about this recalled product . If you or a loved one has been injured through the use or consumption of a defective product, speak with a personal injury lawyer Bakersfield to learn about the legal options available to you.
According to news sources, a recall has been issued for about 3,000 units of Kelly Single and Double Jogging Strollers due to a fall and injury hazard.
The company announced the recall after it was found that the recalled strollers had faulty front wheels which could potentially come loose while in use, causing the stroller to possibly tip over as a result. To date, three incidents have been received by the company involving minor cuts and scrapes to children. Injuries to adults including fractured bones were also reported. The recalled model numbers include 20090116, 20090216, 20090116B, 20650611, 20650411BLU, and 20650411CU.
Consumers with the recalled stroller models should stop using them immediately. Those with the recalled strollers should also contact the company at (866) 349-7225 to receive updated instructions regarding the assembly and maintenance of the recalled stroller models.
As a personal injury lawyer Bakersfield, I understand the inherent dangers of defective products and the risks they entail. I hope this information can help raise awareness about this recalled product and keep consumers safe. If you or a loved one has been injured through the use or consumption of a defective product, speak with a Fresno personal injury attorney to learn about the legal options available to you.
According to news sources, Bloch Best Inc, is issuing a recall for its Laromme branded Vanilla Rugelach after it was discovered that the product contained an undeclared egg allergen. People with severe sensitivity to egg can experience serious or life-threatening allergic reactions if they consume the product.
The 14 oz. product was recalled after it was found to contain an undeclared egg allergen, reportedly due to a change in the design of the label used by the supplier. The recalled product comes in a clear plastic contained and has a UPC code 87062500954-8.
There has been one reported illness reported to date.
Consumers can contact the company at 845-352-8811 for further details about this product recall. Consumers with the product can return it to the place of purchase for a full refund.
As a Bakersfield personal injury lawyer, I’ve seen many products being recalled due to improper labeling and understand the inherent risks associated with such recalls. I hope that consumers will learn more about the recalled product and be cautious of any known allergens that may not be identified on the product label. If you or a loved one has been injured through the use or consumption of a defective product, speak with a personal injury lawyer Bakersfield
to learn about the legal options available to you.