Four new boutiques announced for The Shops at Target stores this fall


(Best Syndication News) - Target Corp. (NYSE:TGT) announced that they will open their four boutique shops inside their stores this fall. The boutiques are called The Shops at Target and include New York’s Krna Zabete, New York’s Odin, San Francisco’s The Curiosity Shoppe, and Boston’s PATCH NYC. The in store boutiques will be open on September 9, 2012 at all Target stores and on their website.

The boutiques will be available for a limited time. Shoppers will be able to pick from over 230 products from the four boutiques.

The Curiosity Shoppe at Target will be a collection of home accessories, gifts, crafts, and games. Lauren Smith and Derek Fagerstrom are the co-founders of a retail store in San Francisco called The Curiosity Shoppe, which started in 2007. The couple’s store has a eclectic assembly of products that should inspire creativity in Target shoppers. All items in the store will be priced between $3 and $25.

Inflatable Pool Slide Recall announced after reports of Death and Severe Injuries

Banzai Inflatable pool water slide recall - CPSC

(Best Syndication News) - The US Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) announced the recall of around 21,000 Banzai inflatable in-ground pool water slides because they have caused death and severe neck injuries. The slide could become deflated enough that a person could hit their head. Another safety concern is that the slide could fall over and cause injury.

The CPSC said that they know of a 29-year old mother who died after hitting her head at the bottom of the slide. She fractured her neck. The injury occurred when the slide was partly deflated. The retailers received reports of a 24-year old man who became a quadriplegic and a woman had fractured her neck from using the slide. The injuries occurred in a very similar way where they hit their head on the cement at the bottom of the slide.

Solid Gold announces WolfCub and WolfKing Brand Dog Food Recall for Salmonella Concerns

Solid Gold WolfKing and WolfCub Product Labels - FDA

(Best Syndication News) - Solid Gold Health Products for Pets, Inc. announced a voluntary recall of one production code of WolfCub Large Breed Puppy Food and one run of WolfKing Large Breed Adult Dog food because the food was prepared at a Diamond Pet Foods’ facility that was linked to a possible Salmonella contamination.

Diamond Pet Foods had discovered Salmonella in a routine sampling of one of their products in April 2012, and have since added several more of their brands to the recall notice. Additionally, other companies, including Solid Gold, had their products made at the same Diamond Pet Food plant and are announcing recalls out of extreme precaution.

Apex Chicken and Rice Dry Dog Food Recall for Possible Salmonella

Dog sitting by food bowl - BSN

(Best Syndication News) - The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced the voluntary recall of Apex Pet Food’s Chicken and Rice dry dog food because of possible contamination with Salmonella.

Apex Pet Foods announced two sizes of their Apex Chicken and Rice dry dog food is being recalled. Only the 40 pound and 20 pound packages that have a production code of ACD0101B32 and a best-by date code of 24-Jan-2013 are involved in the recall.

The Apex dog food was only distributed in South Carolina. No illnesses in dogs or people were received to the company. Out of precaution, the company is recalling the product.

Wellpet announces recall for Wellness Brand Dry Dog Food

Dog Food Recall - BSN

(Best Syndication News) - Wellpet LLC announced the voluntary recall of one recipe of Wellness Brand dry dog food because it could be contaminated with Salmonella. The dog food was prepared at Diamond Pet Foods’ location, which showed during a routine sampling that some products were contaminated with Salmonella.

Wellpet said that their products are tested for Salmonella before shipping to customers and it tested negative at that time. However, they have decided to recall products that were made at Diamond’s South Carolina plant that has had an ongoing recall that started in April 2012 after testing positive for Salmonella. Out of extreme precaution, Wellpet said that they decided on a voluntary recall of one product that came from Diamond's location.

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