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O'Neill Pluto Boys' Hoodies Recalled Due to Strangulation Risk

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A potential strangulation hazard has prompted the recall of a children’s clothing product. The item in question is the O’Neill Pluto boys’ hooded flannel shirt.  The recall was announced by Irvine-based La Jolla Sport USA (doing business as O’Neill Clothing),…

Water Contact Prompts Recall of Planters Cocktail Peanuts

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Sometimes product recalls can become just plain nutty. Today, Kraft Foods has announced a recall of 3,000 cases of Planters Cocktail Peanuts.  The affected items were available in 12 ounce containers and had a UPC of 2900007212.  The date on…

Plastic Presence Prompts Chicken Apple Sausage Recall

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Another food recall has been announced, this time because of a foreign contaminant that may have made its way into a product. Chicken Apple Sausage made by the Eddy Packing Company has been recalled because the item could potentially contain…

Petition to FDA Seeks Genetically Engineered Food Label

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A campaign to get genetically engineered foods labelled as such by the Food and Drug Administration looks to be gaining support. The Just Label It Campaign has filed a petition with the FDA to make such labeling a rule, and…

Medicine Bottle Storage Units Recalled Due to Lock Failure

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Nearly 60,000 medicine bottle storage containers have been recalled by their importer, Locker Brand, a company based out of Henderson, Nevada. The item in question is basically a locker that is used to store prescription medicine bottles so they can’t…

Utilimaster Recalls Aeromasters Due To Gear Indicator Error

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The Utilimaster Corporation has announced a recall of 679 Aeromasters from the 2011 and 2012 model years.  These vehicles were made between March 11, 2009 and December 3 of last year.  This particular recall should have begun on March 2…

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