Weekly Recap of Recalls, Withdrawals & Safety Alerts: November 6-12, 2017

Each week we compile a summary of recalls, FDA warnings, market withdrawals and safety alerts that the public should be aware of for their safety and so that they can make informed decisions.

26 Recalls to be aware this week.



    Recalled Indian MotorcycleRecalled Indian Motorcycle
  • Indian Motorcycles Company is recalling 2,096 model year 2017-2018 Chief, Chief Classic, Chief Dark Horse, Chief Vintage, Chieftain, Chieftain Classic, Cheiftain Dark Horse, Chieftain Elite, Chieftain Limited, Springfield, and Springfield Dark Horse motorcycles. The light output from the incorrect headlight can affect the motorcycle’s visibility, increasing the risk of a crash.

Utility/Recreational Vehicles & Automotive Accessories:

Food, Beverage & Nutritional Supplements:

    Recalled Green BeansRecalled Green Beans
  • Nature’s Touch Frozen Foods Voluntarily Recalls Nature’s Touch Frozen Organic Fine Whole Green Beans Because of Possible Health Risk.
  • Figi’s Issues Recall Alert Due to Undeclared Allergen (Milk) in Dark Chocolate Gingersnaps.
  • New American Food recalls various candy & snack products. The products may contain milk, an allergen not declared on the label.
  • Recalled Chocolate PretzelsRecalled Chocolate Pretzels
  • Meijer bulk dark chocolate products recalled. The products contain milk, an allergen not declared on the label.
  • Aurora Products recalls various dark chocolate-covered products. The products contain milk, an allergen not declared on the label.
  • 21st Century Snack Foods of Ronkonkoma N.Y., is recalling Dark Chocolate Almonds containing milk, an allergen not declared on the label.
  • Yorgo Foods Inc. is Recalling Various Flavors of Hommus Because of Possible Health Risk.
  • Tres Latin Foods is recalling two batches of production of Kale & Pinto Bean pupusas and one batch of Black Bean & Sweet Corn pupusas. The products contain milk, an allergen not declared on the label.
  • CC Kitchens recalls various meat and poultry products. The products did not undergo federal inspection.
  • Recalled Raw PoultryRecalled Raw Poultry
  • Empire Kosher Poultry has announced a recall of nearly 11,000 pounds of raw poultry products after discovering they may be contaminated with extraneous material, specifically metal. The raw chicken breast products were produced and packaged on November 2, 2017 and have the establishment number “P-1015” inside the USDA mark of inspection.
  • Nestle Prepared Foods Company Recalls Pork and Beef Products Due To Misbranding and Undeclared Allergens.
  • Recalled Comté CheeseRecalled Comté Cheese
  • The Canadian Food Inspection Agency posted a weekend recall of firm ripened Comté cheese at the request of Agropur Cooperative. The company cited possible Listeria contamination as the reason for the recall.
  • The Canadian Food Inspection Agency has posted a recall of ground lean veal by Vantage Foods Inc. The company cited possible E. coli O157:H7 contamination as the reason for the recall.
  • A Listeria related recall in mid-October of organic, raw milk cheddar cheese announced by the Food Safety Authority of Ireland has made it half way around the world, with authorities in Hong Kong posting a recall this week of the cheese sold under the brand of The Little Milk Co.
  • Recalled Smoked Salmon FlakesRecalled Smoked Salmon Flakes
  • True North Salmon Co. Ltd. is recalling True North Seafood Co. branded “Toppers Smoked Salmon Flakes” seasoned with lemon and dill because of possible Listeria monocytogenes contamination.

Infant & Children Products:

  • OshKosh Recalls Baby B’gosh Quilted Jacket Due to Choking Hazard. The snaps can detach, posing a choking hazard.
  • Little Mass of Los Angeles, Calif., is recalling about 2,300 sets of children’s nightgowns and pajamas. The garments fail to meet flammability standards for children’s sleepwear, posing a risk of burn injuries.

Sporting Equipment:

    Recalled Norco BicycleRecalled Norco Bicycle
  • Norco Bicycles Recalls Children’s Bicycles Due to Fall Hazard. The cranks can bend or break during use, posing a fall hazard.


fda.gov, cspc.gov, usda.gov, reuters.com, safekids.org, goodhousekeeping.com, consumeraffairs.com, foodsafetynews.com, usatoday.com, autoblog.com, powersportsbusiness.com, roadandtrack.com, uscgboating.org, wemakeitsafer.com, guns.com

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Paul d’Oliveira

Attorney Paul d’Oliveira has been practicing personal injury and disability law for over 30 years. He started his personal injury law practice in 1989 with two offices in Fall River, MA and East Providence, RI. Today his firm has 16 offices in RI and Southeastern, MA.

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