Baby Wipes Recall Due To Potential Bacteria (10 Different Brands)

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If you have a precious angel or you know someone who does please share this post as there is a baby wipes recall and the more parents that know could be the better. Nutek Disposables, Inc. of McElhattan, PA has initiated a nationwide voluntary product recall at the retail level of all lots of baby wipes that it manufactured under the brand names Cuties, Diapers.com, Femtex, Fred’s, Kidgets, Member’s Mark, Simply Right, Sunny Smiles, Tender Touch, and Well Beginnings, because some packages may contain bacteria. These wipes were distributed by Nutek prior to October 21, 2014 to the following retail stores: Walgreens, Sam’s Club, Family Dollar, Fred’s, and Diapers.com.

After receiving a small number of complaints of odor and discoloration, Nutek conducted microbial testing that showed the presence of a bacteria, called Burkholderia cepacia (B. cepacia), in some of these products. Soon after, on October 3, 2014 the company initiated a voluntary withdrawal of lots that had tested positive for the bacteria, as well as other baby wipes in the surrounding time frame. After some additional lots were tested, as a precautionary measure, Nutek believed it was a prudent decision to withdraw all its baby wipe products.

B. cepacia poses little medical risk to healthy people. However, people who have certain health problems like weakened immune systems or chronic lung diseases, particularly cystic fibrosis, may be more susceptible to infections with B. cepacia. If you believe you have a weakened immune system or chronic lung disease and you have used one of the affected wipe products, you should call your doctor promptly for medical advice.

Consumers who have purchased this product can return it to the place of purchase for a full refund. Consumers with questions may contact the company at 1-855-646-4351, Monday through Friday, 10 AM – 4 PM EDT.

You can read more about the recall HERE

Nestlé recalls Hot Pockets that may contain “diseased and unsound” meat

Hot pocket recall

There has been a Hot Pocket recall that has been made by Nestlé. The recall is a is voluntarily recalling the Hot Pockets as the meat that could have been used in the Hot Pockets and Rancho Feeding Corporation, which is already recalling nearly 9 million pounds of its beef products, including beef lips, feet, cheeks and liver. So for safety reasons Nestle is recalling the Hot Pockets. There has been no reports of anyone getting sick from the product.

The voluntary recall is limited to these two products, which were distributed nationwide. No other batches, sizes, including multi-packs, or varieties of Hot Pockets® brand products are affected by this recall. The reason is due to the recall announced last week by Rancho Feeding Corporation which affects many companies. Our teams at Nestlé have reviewed our vendor records and have determined that one Nestlé brand has been impacted by the Rancho meat recall.

While Nestlé did not purchase meat directly from Rancho, our procurement teams worked with our supply chain to understand whether any company in this chain may have purchased meat from Rancho Feeding at any time during 2013, the period of time covered by the Rancho Feeding recall.

You are to return to store purchased at for full refund:

The Batch and Product numbers are as follows:

1. HOT POCKETS Philly Steak and Cheese
8x9ozUS

UPC 43695 07107 8

Batch Code :
3021544512
3029544512
3197544512
3240544512

Dates
MAR ‘14
MAR ‘14
SEP ‘14
OCT ‘14

2. HOT POCKETS Philly Steak and Cheese 4x54oz US

UPC 43695 07520 5

Batch Codes:
3022544513
3191544512
3224544512
3254544512
3268544512

Dates Best Used Before:
MAR ‘14
SEP ‘14
OCT ‘14
NOV ‘14
NOV ‘14

3. HOT POCKETS Philly Steak and Cheese 4×22.5ozUS

UPC 43695 15990 5

Batch Number
3197544512
3240544512

Dates Best Used By:
SEP ‘14
OCT ‘14

4. HOT POCKETS CROISSANT CRUST Philly Steak and Cheese 8x9ozUS

UPC 43695 05634 1

Batch Codes:
3211544512
3248544512
3283544512

Dates Best Used By:
SEP ‘14
NOV ‘14
DEC ‘14

Reser’s Fine Foods is recalling approximately 22,800 pounds of chicken, ham and beef products

resers chicken Salad

If you have recently purchased Reser’s Fine food products, you will want to check them to see if they are on the recall list. Reser’s Fine Foods is recalling approximately 22,800 pounds of chicken, ham and beef products due to possible contamination with Listeria monocytogenes.

The products were distributed to retailers and distributors in Alabama, Arkansas, Colorado, Florida, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, Wisconsin and Wyoming.

Products regulated by FSIS bear the establishment number “EST. 13520” or “P-13520” inside the USDA mark of inspection and include the following:

UPC Pack/Size Product Use-By Date
22486 15887 5 lbs. Cobble Street Market Chicken Salad 11/15/13
58108 30149 5 lbs. Cross Valley Farms Chicken Salad 11/13/13
58108 30166 5 lbs. Cross Valley Farms Ham Salad 11/23/13
71117 11392 5 lbs. Reser’s Fine Foods White Meat Chicken Salad with Cranberries & Pecans 11/13/13
71117 11400 5 lbs. Reser’s Fine Foods Chicken Salad 11/15/13
71117 11402 5 lbs. Reser’s Fine Foods Ham Salad 11/26/13
71117 14139 5 lbs. Reser’s Fine Foods Ham Salad Supreme 11/23/13
71117 14179 3 lbs. Millers Bar-B-Que Beans with Beef 11/19/13
71117 19008 12 oz. Reser’s Fine Foods White Meat Chicken Salad 11/13/13
71117 68007 5 lbs. Classic Chicken Salad 11/13/13
77509 63308 12 oz. Chef Solutions Cranberry Pecan White Meat Chicken Salad 11/16/13
71117 61502 3 lbs. Stonemill Kitchens Loaded Potato Salad with Bacon 10/23/13

A full list of products being recalled can be found on FDA’s website
HERE.

Thanks to Fox 6 News.

GM Will Recall Nearly 293,000 Sedans

cruz sedan

If you own a GM Sedan your going to want to make sure you read this recall that will be happening with 2010-2011 Sedans. There was also a recall in February as well if you did not see it as well. You will want to take your vehicle in for the recall so that they can be fixed and safe for your family.

GM said it received 27 reports of low-speed crashes caused by the problem, which affects only 2011-2012 models equipped with both the 1.4-liter turbocharged engine and six-speed automatic transmission

BMW is expanding a recall of diesel-powered X5 SUVs with fuel filter heaters that can switch on permanently, according to filings with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

On 2009 and 2010 X5 xDrive35d models, the fuel filter heaters, which heat the diesel fuel in cold temperatures, may have faulty electrical connections that can overload a transistor and drain the battery. At worst, a fire could result. A total of 3,660 models are affected in the United States. The original recall, issued in Aug. 2011, covered 2,120 models from 2009. BMW said it received at least 22 reports of faulty filters between late 2012 and mid-2013 on the later models, but no injuries or accidents were reported.

Thanks to MSN.com.

Listeria outbreak linked to cheese sold at Whole Foods

Crave Brothers Farmstead cheese

There has been a Listeria outbreak that may have killed one person and sickened four others found in a Wisconsin Cheese. The listeriosis is linked to Les Freres cheese distributed by Crave Brothers Farmstead Classics, a Wisconsin producer, the FDA said.

Two cases were in Minnesota, both involving older adults who were hospitalized after eating the cheese, the Minnesota Health and Agriculture departments said. One later died. The other states involved are Illinois, Indiana and Ohio.

Minnesota health officials are warning consumers not to consume the Les Freres, Petit Frere and Petit Frere with Truffles cheeses. The state’s Department of Agriculture has advised grocery stores and distributors to pull the products until it gets further information.

A person with listeriosis usually has fever and muscle aches, sometimes preceded by diarrhea or other gastrointestinal symptoms, the CDC says. They might also have headaches, a stuff neck, confusion, loss of balance or convulsions.

Pregnant women typically experience fever and other nonspecific symptoms, such as fatigue and aches, but infections during pregnancy can lead to miscarriage, stillbirth, premature deliver, or life-threatening infection of the newborn.

Thanks to Fox 6 News

Costco Is Recalling A Mix Of Frozen Berries That Are Linked To Several Cases Of Hepatitis

Organic berry recall for Costco

If you have shopped at Costco Lately and purchased Organic Townsend Farms Berries you will want to check your packages. There are 30 people have been infected with acute hepatitis A, and nine of them have been hospitalized. Infections have been reported in Arizona, California, Colorado, Nevada and New Mexico, the CDC website said Friday.

The outbreak has been traced to a type of pomegranate seeds from Turkey that are in the Townsend Farms fruit mix, Gaar said. The mix contains pomegranate seeds and other produce from Argentina, Chile and the United States, according to the label.

Read more HERE

Recall On DiGiorno And California Pizza

DiGiorno tuscan chicken flatbread

There is a recall on an undetermined amount of frozen pizzas that may be contaminated with extraneous materials and are the subject of a recall administered by the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), FSIS announced today.

The following products are subject to USDA recall:

• California Pizza Kitchen® Limited Edition Grilled Chicken with Cabernet Sauce, UPC 71921 00781; production code is 3059525952.

• DiGiorno® Crispy Flatbread Pizza Tuscan Style Chicken, UPC 71921 02663; production codes are 3057525922 and 3058525921.

Each product package above has an establishment number of P-5754.

In addition, the following products are subject to FDA recall:

• DiGiorno® pizzeria!™ Bianca/White Pizza, UPC 71921 91484; production code is 3068525951.

• California Pizza Kitchen (CPK) Crispy Thin Crust White®, UPC 71921 98745; production codes are 3062525951, 3062525952 and 3063525951.

The problem was discovered after the firm received consumer complaints that small fragments of plastic were found in the CPK Crispy Thin Crust White Pizza. The problem was related to the lot of spinach used in the production of three additional varieties of pizza subject to recall.

Thanks to Fox6 News,

FDA Suspends Johnson & Johnson License Correction

Johnson & Johnson

I was a little shocked to read this as I’m sure that many of you will be as well. The FDA is suspending Johnson & Johnson’s license for business as of June 24th. Johnson & Johnson is the multinational Consumer and healthcare major to manufacture cosmetic products at their Mulund plant.

It seems that in 2007 there were 15 batches of of Johnson & Johnson baby powder. And later it was found out that the residue was found because that the talcum powder was sterilised by ethylene oxide which in is carcinogenic and irritant. As per a report in Newindianexpress, Kamlesh B Shende, FDA joint commissioner (drugs), said: “There were unacceptable levels of ethylene oxide, which is a trigger for cancer. This information was written in an article by Niticentral. I’m curious what your thoughts are on this suspended license or about Johnson & Johnson. **Posted This morning**

Correction: According to Snoops.com Johnson is only partially correct. The Indian FDA ordered a cancelation of Johnson & Johnson’s India’s License. This does not mean that Johnson & Johnson can not produce products it just means barred from selling products. Johnson & Johnson has till June 2013 to appeal this decision. **This was Just Update on Snoops**

FDA Suspends Johnson & Johnson License

Johnson & Johnson

I was a little shocked to read this as I’m sure that many of you will be as well. The FDA is suspending Johnson & Johnson’s license for business as of June 24th. Johnson & Johnson is the multinational Consumer and healthcare major to manufacture cosmetic products at their Mulund plant.

It seems that in 2007 there were 15 batches of of Johnson & Johnson baby powder. And later it was found out that the residue was found because that the talcum powder was sterilised by ethylene oxide which in is carcinogenic and irritant. As per a report in Newindianexpress, Kamlesh B Shende, FDA joint commissioner (drugs), said: “There were unacceptable levels of ethylene oxide, which is a trigger for cancer. This information was written in an article by Niticentral. I’m curious what your thoughts are on this suspended license or about Johnson & Johnson.