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Boots & Barkley Roasted American Pig Ears and Variety Pack Dog Treat Recall announced for Salmonella

Dog - BSN

(Best Syndication News) - Kasel Associated Industries out of Denver announced a voluntary recall of their Boots & Barkley Roasted American Pig Ears and Variety Pack Dog Treats because they may be contaminated with Salmonella. The contamination was discovered during a routine test of the product by the Colorado Department Of Agriculture.

Dogs can become ill from Salmonella, but humans that handle the products are also at risk for getting infected too. Humans that have handled the product should wash their hands thoroughly as well any surfaces that the food may have touched.

The products were sold nationwide at Target retail stores in August 2012. Both products have the lot number “BESTBY 13SEP2014DEN.” The recalled products include Boots & Barkley branded Roasted Pig Ears and Variety Pack Dog Treats. The pig ears are packaged in a clear plastic bag with 12 pieces with the UPC barcode is 647263899158.

Toyota and Pontiac Vibe Vehicle Recall announced for Power Window Malfunction

Vehicle Recall - BSN

(Best Syndication News) - Toyota and Pontiac are recalling around 2,519,424 vehicles because the power windows could malfunction. The internal components of the vehicles might not be properly lubricated, which could cause the power window master switch assemblies to malfunction and overheat. If the switch overheats, it could cause it to melt or even catch on fire.

The recalled vehicles include: Toyota Camry (2007-2009 model years), Toyota Camry HV (2007-2009), Toyota Corolla (2009), Toyota Corolla (2009), Toyota Corolla Matrix (2009), Toyota Highlander (2008), Toyota Highlander Hybrid (2008), Toyota Rav4 (2007-2009), Toyota Scion XB (2008-2009), Toyota Sequoia (2008-2009), Toyota Tundra (2007-2008), Toyota Yaris (2007-2008) and Pontiac Vibe (2009). Certain vehicles within these model years are being recalled.

Sharper Image USB Wall Charger recall announced for Fire and Burn Concerns

Sharper Image USB Wall Charger is being recalled - CPSC

(Best Syndication News) - The US Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) announced a voluntary recall for Sharper Image USB wall charger units because they could overheat, smoke, and emit unpleasant smells. There is a concern that the malfunctioning product could cause burns and possibly a fire.

Around 80,000 of the Sharper Image USB wall chargers are being recalled. Atomi, based in New York, NY, who is also recalling the product, imported them. They announced the recall after receiving 13 reports of the units overheating, smoking and emitting a harsh smell. No people were injured.

The units were sold at Burlington Coat Factory, Tuesday Morning, TJ Maxx, and online at a variety of websites. They were priced between $8 and $13 and were sold from October 2011 through September 2012.

Kraft Jalapeno String Cheese Recall announced for Packaging Concern

Kraft Jalapeno String Cheese recall - FDA

(Best Syndication News) - The US Food and Drug Administration announced a voluntary recall by Kraft for their Jalapeno flavored String Cheese products because the plastic film in the packaging could remain stuck to the food. The concern is that the plastic might put a person at risk of choking. Only the Kraft String Cheese with the Jalapeno flavor and the “Best if Used By” date of “23 NOV 2012” are involved in this recall.

The recall was announced after a consumer complained of the problem. Around 2,700 cases are involved in the recall. The recalled cheese was shipped across the United States, but not into Canada.

The Jalapeno string cheese comes packaged in a 12 ounce bag that has 12 individually 1-ounce-sized portions. The UPC code is 2100002977 and only the packages that have the “Best if Used by” date of November 23, 2012 are being recalled. The expiration date is on the back of the main 12-ounce bag in the lower-right corner. All other Kraft String Cheese is safe to eat.

Honda CR-V Recall announced for Power Window Switch Failure

Car recall - BSN

(Best Syndication News) - Honda announced the recall of around 268,655 CR-V passenger vehicles because the driver-side power-window switch could fail to work correctly or melt. The problem was reported to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration on October 5, 2012.

Only the model years between 2002 and 2006 are involved in this recall. The manufacturing dates of the recalled cars were between February 19, 2002 and July 28, 2006.

The switch that operates the window could overheat, smoke, and potentially cause a fire. Additionally, the switch could fail even when it is not being used; even with no person present in the vehicle. Because a fire potential does exist, owners should park their cars outside until the repair has been completed.

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