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Panasonic introduces new FlashXpress Toaster Oven

NB-G110P FlashXpress Toaster Oven - Credit Panasonic

(Best Syndication News) - Panasonic introduced a new NB-G110P FlashXpress Toaster Oven that uses quartz ceramic and infrared heating elements. The new toaster oven is very compact, but still offers large interior cooking space for food. The oven utilizes quartz and ceramic technology that offers double-power infrared cooking. That equates to faster cooking time and more evenly heated food.

The new FlashXpress toaster also has many preset buttons for cooking common food items, which leaves the guesswork out of how long to cook it. The user can also specify their own temperatures and shade of food with the controls on the unit. In addition, a digital timer can be set between 30 seconds and 25 minutes. When the timer is completed, there is a beep sound. The toaster oven also has a built-in light that can be turned on and off from a button on the front control panel. The toaster has a removable crumb tray for easy cleanup.

Club Car Golf Cart Recall announced for Possible Fuel Leak

Several Models of Club Car vehicles involved in recall - CPSC

(Best Syndication News) - The US Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) announced the voluntary recall of Club Car golf cars and utility vehicles because they could leak fuel. The company received 10 reports of leaking gasoline, which has prompted the recall. The problem involves the fuel tank filler neck which could crack. The crack can cause fuel to leak and the leaking gas can become a fire hazard.

Around 4,000 golf cars and utility vehicles are involved in the recall. They were sold at authorized Club Car dealers nationwide between April 2012 and June 2012 with prices ranging between $5,500 and $17,700.

The recalled models are the 2012 Club Car gasoline and diesel golf cars and utility vehicles. The model number and serial number can be found on the passenger’s side floorboard on a decal. The words “Club Car” are printed on the front. The serial number and model numbers involved are listed below.

Water Bottles sold at H&M recalled for Choking Concerns

Children Water Bottles being recalled - CPSC

(Best Syndication News) - The US Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) announced the voluntary recall of children's water bottles that were sold exclusively at H&M stores. The recall was announced after H&M received one report of the bottle spout coming off. No injuries were reported. The importer, H&M, was concerned of the choking hazard that these products could pose.

Around 2,900 of the water bottles were sold between July 2012 through August 2012. They sold for about $5 at H&M stores nationwide that had a children's department.

The water bottle came in either pink or blue plastic and could hold 16 ounces of water. The pink bottle had a crackle design printed on it. Both bottles have flip-top lids that match the bottle color. The word “H&M Sweden” and "www.hm.com" are embossed on the bottom of the bottle. The date of manufacture is also embossed on the bottom with a circle code. The manufacturing date for the recall is June 2012. The inner circle has an arrow pointing to the number 12 and the outer circle has the arrow pointing to the number 6.

Giuliana Rancic launching her own Fashion Collection on HSN

Fall Fashion colors - BSN

(Best Syndication News) - Entertainment reporter, Giuliana Rancic, will be launching her first clothing line on HSN. The new apparel collection is called G by Giuliana Rancic. The line will be featured on September 21, 2012 during the finale of HSN’s Fall Fashion ‘Ultimate Trunk Show.’ The event will be presented by ELLE magazine.

The G by Guiliana Rancic collection is already available to see online at HSN.com/GiulianaRancic. Award-winning manufacturer, Tiger J., is creating the fashions. The fashions have a modern edge with a timeless feel. They are trendy with the current fall fashions. For instance, one item in her collection is a multi-color print denim skinny jean.

Walgreens launches Balance Rewards for Loyal Shoppers

Money - BSN

(Best Syndication News) - Walgreens launched a new loyalty-shopping program today. The new program is called Balance Rewards and is designed to give points to customers for purchases, services, and healthy behaviors. The Balance Rewards program will be at all of their 7,900 Walgreens and Duane Reade stores.

The loyalty program has already had over 1 million customers sign-up for the program since September 6, 2012. The large sign-up numbers had to do with a contest to win a 10 million-point giveaway.

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