Recalls, Withdrawals and Safety Alerts: Baby food, cookies 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 14 recalls to be aware of this week …


  • Kia recalls 83,000 Sorentos with possible rearview camera issue caused by water leaking



  • Little Sleepies recalls Sleepyhead Loveys and Bandana Bibs due to choking hazard


Drugs & Medications

  • Family Dollar recalls hundreds of over-the-counter drugs and medical devices due to improper storing conditions
  • Family Health Products recalls Crystal Clear Sodium Hydroxide Products due to failure to meet Child-Resistant Packaging Requirement


Food, Beverage & Nutritional Supplements

  • Baby food manufacture warned by FDA after consumer complaint of infant botulism prompts inspection
  • Betty Lou’s Inc. issues an allergy alert on undeclared sesame in Stabilyze Dark Chocolate Peanut Butter
  • Kirkland Signature Cookies recalled due to wood pieces in products
  • Maverick Ventures LLC issues an allergy alert on undeclared nuts in their 6 oz. Chocolate Chip Cookies
  • Paradise Flavors LLC issues an allergy alert on undeclared peanuts, tree nuts, wheat, soy, milk, and color additives in all Paradise Flavors Ice Cream Bars
  • Sunrise Pultry Processors Ltd. recalls turkey due to spoilage
  • Yarnell Operations issues an allergy alert on undeclared egg in Ice Cream


Household Products

  • Countertop Nugget Ice Makers recalled due to blade breakage that could lead to a laceration hazard
  • YourHealthToolkit recalls children’s weighted blankets due to asphyxiation hazard



  • The FORT Recalls Children’s Play Tents Due to a choking hazard from the magnets inside dislodging

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