2011 July Product Recalls

July 30, 2011 by staff 

2011 July Product Recalls2011 July Product Recalls, There have been quite a few July 2011, remember to consider. Beef, the Volvo Cars, here is a list of some of the most important points of the month.

Geely cars Volvo is recalling 8,406 vehicles a problem S80 steering fluid that could potentially increase the risk of an accident, according to a website security federal regulator. Volvo is recalling the 2007 model year cars, built between March 8, 2006, and May 16, 2007, to discuss a potential problem that could lead to a burst hose on the steering gear could cause a loss Sudden steering, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration website.

Miami Northwest beef Meat Company is recalling Inc. cases of “C & D” boneless beef. According to reports, animal drugs, federal officials said, have contaminated the average. U.S. Department of Agriculture and Inspection Service said it was recalling Northwest Meat Inc. cases of “C & D” boneless meat brand may contain ivermectin, a drug used as an anti-parasitic agent deworming of animals alive, the South Florida Sun Sentinel reported Thursday. The recall involved 60-pound cases of “C & D” brand bulk boxes full of boneless meat with a package code of “LOT. N60 146-11 A” or “LOT. N60 146-11 B “and a processing date” 26.05.11 “, the USDA said.

M & M Butchers sorbet products have been recalled. The recalled products are Sorbet Lemon Sorbet Mango Fandango Limbo. There has been a reported allergic reaction related to the consumption of products, which are distributed nationwide, the agency said. Dorgel Ltd. Woodbridge, Ontario, Postmedia News, produced the straws.

Papayas Agromod Produce ‘have been recalled in 23 states, due to an outbreak of salmonella. The outbreak of Salmonella Agona has resulted in 97 reported cases of the disease throughout the country, the Food and Drug Administration said. Ten people have been hospitalized. Texas and Illinois reported the most cases, especially involving children under 5 and women. McAllen, Texas, is voluntarily recalling its papayas Agromod, which were imported from Mexico. The FDA said it is working with the distributor of the papaya and officials from Mexico to determine how contaminated the fruit.

Homelite pressure washer surface cleaner attachment sold exclusively at The Home Depot have been recalled because of concerns laceration. The Consumer Product Safety Commission said in a joint statement with Health Canada that about 40,000 of the attachments in the United States and 1,200 in Canada in the nozzle can break and potentially reaching a consumer. Homelite has received nine reports of incidents of this type laceration injuries including one to three reports of minor property damage, the statement said. The recall includes orange and red drum-shaped surface cleaner accessories sold with models Homelite pressure washer HL80833 and HL80835 and separately as model PowerCare AP31022A and EZ clean AEZ231022 model.

Mizuno USA Inc. has recalled 131,000 on July 8, 2011. According to reports, Mizuno USA brings baseball gloves and softball is prone to mold.

U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission said Mizuno Supreme Series and Pro Stadium leather gloves were found to have a variety of molds that pose a risk of respiratory infections. Mold can also be dangerous for consumers with immune system problems, the commission said in a statement.

Chanel, a New York company is recalling about 120 scarves and clothing 34. That violates federal standards fammability. The scarves and clothing from 100 percent pure silk were sold at Chanel stores, Neiman Marcus stores and Maxfield and between 430 and 3,650, and the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission said in a statement. The recall includes scarves, dresses, skirts and blouses made in France or Italy. Consumers were advised to stop using the recalled items and contact the firm for a full refund.

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