Recalls, Withdrawals and Safety Alerts: Hondas, sodas, swings and more


At the end of each week, the law firm d’Oliveira & Associates compiles a summary of recalls, FDA warnings, market withdrawals and safety alerts that the public should be aware of for their safety so they can make informed decisions.

Here are 17 recalls to be aware of this week …


  • Chrysler recalls 12,000 Jeep Grand Cherokees with 2.0L PHEV engines due to a technical glitch that may cause the engine to shut down
  • Ford recalls 16,000 model year 2022-2023 F-150 BEVs due to the rear lightbar possibly not operating as intended
  • Honda recalls 1.19 million Odysseys, Pilots and Passports due to rearview camera possibly not displaying
  • Nearly 30,000 model year 2017-2020 Land Rover Discovery’s recalled due to a possible issue with the rear passenger door not latching properly



  • Bose recalls Acoustimass®, Lifestyle® and Companion™ Bass Modules due to fire hazard
  • Victrola recalls Bluetooth Record Players due to fire hazard from overheating


Food, Beverage & Nutritional Supplements

  • Compass USA recalls sandwiches due to product being made with uncooked chicken
  • Conagra Brands recalls frozen beef shepherd’s pie due to a possible contamination of plastic in the food
  • Fanta recalled after full sugar variety labeled as zero sugar
  • Foremost Foods Corporation voluntarily recalls Pamana Brand Mini Fruit Jelly Cup due to potential choking hazard
  • Imported cheese implicated in Listeria outbreak in Europe recalled in U.S.
  • Mini Fruit Jelly Cups recalled due to potential choking hazard
  • Motts LLP recalls applesauce over elevated patulin levels
  • Townsend Farms Inc. voluntarily recalling specific frozen fruit products due to possible Listeria monocytogenes contamination


Household Products



  • Textron recalls Arctic Cat 8000 snowmobiles due to possible fuel leakage leading to fire hazard

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