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Daniella Brand Mango Recall announced for possible Salmonella

credit: Splendid Products / CDPH

(Best Syndication News) - The California Department of Public Health (CDPH) and the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced the voluntary recall of Daniella brand Mangoes because they may have been contaminated with Salmonella. The mangoes were packed in Mexico and were distributed in the US by Splendid Products located in Burlingame, California.

The CDPH said that they are currently investigating several illnesses in California that might be related to eating mangoes that were imported from Mexico. The health agency said that there have been 80 confirmed cases of Salmonella Braenderup in California as of August 29, 2012. The outbreak started in early July and 37 percent of these infected people have been hospitalized. So far, no people have died from the outbreak. Nationwide, in over 16 states, there are 103 infections reported for this outbreak. The CDPH suspects that mango consumption is related to the outbreak in California from a preliminary epidemiological investigation.

Mother’s Touch Deluxe Baby Bather recall announced for Repair

One of the Baby Bathers involved in the recall - CPSC

(Best Syndication News) - The US Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) along with Health Canada announced the voluntary recall of over 2 million Mother’s Touch Deluxe Baby Bather products because the wire frame could give way when carrying the baby in the seat. If this happens, the baby could fall and hit its head. The manufacturer, Summer Infant, is offering consumers a free repair kit to remedy this problem.

Seven incidents in the US have been reported to the CPSC and Summer Infant. Five infants had sustained head injuries after falling from the bather. Four of these babies had skull fractures from the fall. One child had to be admitted to intensive care to be treated for bleeding on the brain.

Sherwin-Williams announces recall of certain Coating, Glaze, and Paint Spray Can Products

Spray Can Products recalled by Sherwin-Williams credit: CPSC

(Best Syndication News) - The US Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) announced the voluntary recall of four different Sherwin-Williams products that come in spray cans because they could leak. The contents could become exposed to an ignition source, which could cause a fire.

The four products involved in the recalls are Tree House Studio™ Clear Acrylic Matte Coating, Dupli-Color® Perfect Match™ Automotive Paint, Krylon® Triple Thick Crystal Clear Glaze, and Krylon® Indoor/Outdoor Crystal Clear Acrylic Paint.

Dole Fresh Vegetables recalls certain Bagged Salads for possible Listeria Contamination

Dole Italian Blend product bag - FDA

(Best Syndication News) - The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced the voluntary recall of certain Dole bagged salads because they could possibly be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes. Around 1,039 cases of bagged salads are involved in the recall.

The recall was announced after the North Carolina Department of Agriculture identified Listeria monocytognes during a random sample test. No people have become ill from eating the salad products. However, out of safety, consumers who have the recalled ready-to-eat bagged salad should not eat it.

The Dole Italian Blend coded with 0049N2202008, that has a “Use-By” date of August 20 and UPC number of 7143000819 are involved in the recall.

Red Vines Black Licorice Twists Candy exceeded Lead Levels in California

Red Vines Black Licorice Twists candy - CDPH

(Best Syndication News) - A batch of Red Vines Black Licorice Twists candy exceeded the lead levels safety standards set by California. Dr. Ron Chapman, director of the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) is warning consumers not to eat the black licorice with the ‘Best Before’ 020413 printed on the package.

The CDPH found that the candy with the ‘Best Before’ 020413 date had 0.33 parts per million of lead. Each serving could provide up to 13.2 micrograms of lead. According to the health department, children under 6 years of age should not eat any more than 6.0 micrograms of lead from all food consumed that day.

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