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    Mazda recalls model year 2019 Mazda3s

    The passenger airbag deactivation indicator light may erroneously turn off

    Mazda North American Operations is recalling 17,016 model year 2019 Mazda3s. Due to incorrect programming, the passenger airbag deactivation indicator light may turn off although the passenger airbag is deactivated.

    In addition, the seat belt status indicators for both the front passenger seat and/or rear seats may turn off although the front passenger and/or rear seat belts are unfastened.

    Incorrect indicator warning lights may lead the driver and/or passengers to be unaware of deactivated airbags or unfastened seat belts, increasing the risk of injury.

    What to do

    Mazda will notify owners, and dealers will replace the passenger airbag/seat belt status indicator assembly free of charge.

    The recall is expected to begin July 13, 2019.

    Owners may contact Mazda customer service at 1-800-222-5500, Option 4. Mazda's number for this recall is 3319E.

    Mazda North American Operations is recalling 17,016 model year 2019 Mazda3s. Due to incorrect programming, the passenger airbag deactivation indicator ligh...
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    Whole Foods Market recalls basil and sundried tomato pestos

    The products may contain milk, walnuts and pine nuts, allergens not declared on the label

    Whole Foods Market stores in the North Atlantic region are recalling the retailer’s specialty made-in-house basil pesto and specialty made-in-house sundried tomato pesto.

    The products may contain milk, walnuts and pine nuts, allergens not declared on the label.

    One allergic reaction has been reported to date.

    The recalled products come in individual clear plastic containers and on antipasti bars with sell-by dates from June 7 – 26, 2019.

    The specialty basil pesto was sold by the pound and can be identified by the PLU code beginning with 255926; the specialty sundried tomato pesto was sold by the pound and can be identified by the PLU code beginning with 256009. The sell-by dates and PLU codes are printed on the product scale labels.

    They were sold from May 17 – June 4, 2019 at 41 Whole Foods Market stores in Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Rhode Island.

    What to do

    Customers who purchased the recalled product may bring a valid receipt into stores for a full refund.

    Consumers with questions may call (844) 936-8255 from 7:00 a.m. – 10:00 p.m. (CST) Monday through Friday, or 8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. Saturday & Sunday.

    Whole Foods Market stores in the North Atlantic region are recalling the retailer’s specialty made-in-house basil pesto and specialty made-in-house sundrie...
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    Xtreme Outdoor Products recalls climbing sticks

    The climbing sticks can break due to a bolt failure on the center step

    Xtreme Outdoor Products (XOP) of Dubuque, Iowa, is recalling about 1,165 climbing sticks.

    The climbing sticks can break due to a bolt failure on the center step, posing a fall hazard and risk of serious injury.

    The firm has received two reports of injuries, including scrapes and bruises, a fractured foot and ribs.

    This recall involves XOP climbing sticks used to climb trees. The climbing sticks have XOP and model number XOP-LMO4-SR printed on the box, and were sold in sand ripple green color in a 4-pack.

    The climbing sticks measure about 36 inches tall and have three climbing steps.

    The climbing sticks, manufactured in China, were sold at Webb’s Sporting Goods and TrailCam stores nationwide, Scheel’s in Omaha, Neb., and Overland Park, Kan., and online at XOPoutdoors.com from November 2018, through December 2018 for about $170.

    What to do

    Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled climbing sticks and return them to Xtreme Outdoor Products (XOP) for a full refund or refund in the form of a store credit.

    Consumers may contact XOP toll-free at (877) 544-6611 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. (CT) Monday through Friday, by email at service@xopoutdoors.com, or online at www.XOPoutdoors.com and click on “About” at the top of the page for more information.

    Xtreme Outdoor Products (XOP) of Dubuque, Iowa, is recalling about 1,165 climbing sticks.The climbing sticks can break due to a bolt failure on the cen...
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      Table 87 Frozen recalls pork pizza

      The product did not undergo federal inspection

      Table 87 Frozen of Brooklyn, N.Y., is recalling approximately 649 pounds of frozen pizza containing pork.

      The product did not undergo federal inspection.

      There have been no confirmed reports of adverse reactions due to consumption of the recalled product.

      The following frozen item, produced from April 1, 2019, through June 4, 2019, is being recalled:

      • 9.6-oz. plastic shrink-wrapped packages containing a single personal size pizza identified as “TABLE 87 COAL OVEN PIZZA Home Of The Coal Oven Slice PROSCIUTTO” with UPC code 804879558286 and 10804879558283.

      The recalled product bearing establishment number “EST. 51192” inside the USDA mark of inspection, was shipped to retail and wholesale locations and sold online sales nationwide.

      What to do

      Customers who purchased the recalled product should not consume it, but discard or return it to the place of purchase.

      Consumers with questions about the recall may contact Robert Cucco at (718) 287-8700.

      Table 87 Frozen of Brooklyn, N.Y., is recalling approximately 649 pounds of frozen pizza containing pork.The product did not undergo federal inspection...
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      Forest River recalls model year2017-2019 Shasta Revere recreational trailers

      The liquid propane gas line may have been improperly installed

      Forest River is recalling 37 model year 2017-2019 Shasta Revere SHT32FE recreational trailers.

      The liquid propane (LP) gas line may have been improperly installed through the wheel-well, allowing the gas line to be damaged by road debris kicked up by the tires.

      A damaged LP gas line may leak, increasing the risk of a fire.

      What to do

      Forest River will notify owners, and dealers will re-reroute the LP gas line so that road debris cannot damage it free of charge.

      The recall is expected to begin June 22, 2019.

      Owners may contact Forest River customer service at 1-574-825-8717. Forest River's number for this recall is 53-0995.

      Forest River is recalling 37 model year 2017-2019 Shasta Revere SHT32FE recreational trailers.The liquid propane (LP) gas line may have been improperly...
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      Apple recalls three-prong wall plug adapters

      The adapters can break and expose the metal portion posing a shock risk

      Apple Inc., of Cupertino, Calif., is recalling about 895,000 Apple AC World Travel Adapter Kits sold in the U.S. and Canada.

      The adapters can break and expose the metal portion of the adapter, posing an electric shock risk.

      The firm has received six reports from other countries of wall plug adapters breaking and consumers receiving shocks, including two reports of consumers who were medically evaluated and released without need for further medical treatment.

      No incidents or injuries were reported by U.S. consumers.

      This recall involves three-prong AC wall plug adapters included in the Apple World Travel Adapter Kit sold before February 2015.

      The kits contain three-prong and two-prong AC wall plug adapters that fit different electrical outlets worldwide.

      The recalled adapters were made for use primarily in the United Kingdom, Singapore, and Hong Kong and were also sold with Mac computers and iOS devices.

      The recalled three-prong AC wall plug adapters are white with no letters on the inside slot where it attaches to an Apple power adapter.

      Redesigned adapters are white with gray on the inside portion that attaches to the power adapter.

      The adapters, manufactured in China, were sold at Apple stores and other home electronics stores nationwide, and online at Apple.com from January 2003, through January 2015, for about $30.

      What to do

      Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled wall plug adapters and contact Apple for free replacement adapters.

      Consumers may contact Apple at (800) 275-2273 anytime, or online at www.apple.com, click on “Support” at the top of the page, then click on “Apple Three-Prong AC Wall Plug Adapter Recall Program” at the bottom of the page.

      Apple Inc., of Cupertino, Calif., is recalling about 895,000 Apple AC World Travel Adapter Kits sold in the U.S. and Canada.The adapters can break and...
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      Deep Foods recalls Deep Golden Raisins

      The product contains sulfites not declared on the label

      Deep Foods of Union, N.J., is recalling Deep Golden Raisins containing undeclared sulfites not declared on the label.

      No illness have been reported to date.

      The recalled product, packaged in clear plastic bags, comes in three sizes:

      • 7-oz. (UPC code 01143313432)
      • 14-oz. (UPC code 011433133449)
      • 28-oz. (UPC code 011433433457)

      It was sold in retail stores nationwide.

      What to do

      Customers who purchased the recalled product should return it to the place of purchase for a full refund.

      Consumers with question may contact the company at (908) 810-7500 from 9 am to 5 pm (ET) or by email at cservice@deepfoods.com.

      Deep Foods of Union, N.J., is recalling Deep Golden Raisins containing undeclared sulfites not declared on the label.No illness have been reported to d...
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      Jaguar recalls model year 2019-2020 I-PACE vehicles

      There may be an increased delay between braking and vehicle deceleration

      JaguarLand Rover North America is recalling 3,083 model year 2019-2020 I-PACE vehicles.

      If the electrical regenerative brake system fails, there will be an increased delay between when the driver brakes and when the vehicle decelerates.

      A delay in deceleration, increases the distance needed to stop and the risk of a crash.

      What to do

      Jaguar will notify owners, and dealers will update the software to reduce the delay free of charge.

      The recall is expected to begin July 1, 2019.

      Owners may contact Jaguar customer service at 1-800-637-6837. Jaguar's number for this recall is H213.

      Jaguar Land Rover North America is recalling 3,083 model year 2019-2020 I-PACE vehicles.If the electrical regenerative brake system fails, there will b...
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      Los Hernandez Tamales recalls chicken and pork tamales

      The products did not undergo federal inspection

      Los Hernandez Tamales of Moxee, Wash., is recalling approximately 9,090 pounds of chicken and pork tamales.

      The products did not undergo federal inspection.

      There are no confirmed reports of adverse reactions due to consumption of these products.

      The following items, produced from December 3, 2018, through February 7, 2019, are being recalled:

      • 30-lb. boxes of “Los Hernandez Authentic Pork TAMALES Hand Made”
      • 30-lb. boxes of “Los Hernandez Authentic Chicken TAMALES Hand Made”

      The recalled products were shipped to a Los Hernandez Tamales Restaurant in Union Gap, Washington, owned by the recalling establishment.

      The individual tamales may have been packaged and sold to consumers from December 2018 through May 1, 2019.

      What to do

      Customers who purchased the recalled products should not consume them, but discard or return them to the place of purchase.

      Consumers with questions about the recall may contact Felipe Hernandez at (509) 571-1394.

      Los Hernandez Tamales of Moxee, Wash., is recalling approximately 9,090 pounds of chicken and pork tamales.The products did not undergo federal inspect...
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      J Deluca Fish Company recalls Yellow Walking Fish

      The product did not undergo import re-inspection into the U.S.

      J Deluca Fish Company, doing business as Nautilus Seafood, of Wilmington, Calif., is recalling approximately 69,590 pounds of Yellow Walking Fish.

      The product did not undergo import re-inspection into the U.S. Additionally, theys were produced at a Vietnamese establishment that was not eligible to export Yellow Walking Fish to the U.S.

      There have been no confirmed reports of adverse reactions due to consumption of these products.

      The following products, imported from Vietnam from August 2018, to January 2019, are being recalled:

      • Varying weights of packages containing 2 pieces of “HEADLESS-CLEANED YELLOW WALKING FISH” “Clarias Macrocepphalus” “CA TRE VANG LAM SACH – CAT DAU” “FARM RAISED”.
      • Varying weights of packages containing 2 pieces of “WHOLE YELLOW WALKING FISH” “Clarias Macrocepphalus” “CA TRE VANG NGUYEN CON” “FARM RAISED”.

      The recalled product was shipped to distributors and retail locations nationwide.

      What to do

      Customers who purchased the recalled product should not consume it, but discard or returnit to the place of purchase.

      Consumers with questions about the recall may contact Wayne Berman at (310) 901-4596.

      J Deluca Fish Company, doing business as Nautilus Seafood, of Wilmington, Calif., is recalling approximately 69,590 pounds of Yellow Walking Fish.The p...
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      Drip More recalls Candy King – Worms

      The product has a higher concentration of nicotine than the label indicates.

      Drip More is recalling four lots of Candy King – Worms.

      The product has a higher concentration of nicotine than the label indicates. The higher concentration has the potential to cause immediate and potentially serious adverse health effects.

      There are no reports of illness or injury to date.

      The following product is being recalled:

      • Candy King - Worms 3mg/100ml - Lot Number: WO03021819-1
      • Candy King - Worms 3mg/100ml - Lot Number: WO03021819-2
      • Candy King - Worms 3mg/100ml - Lot Number: WO03021819-3
      • Candy King - Worms 3mg/100ml - Lot Number: WO03021819-4

      The UPC barcode -- 653341196767 -- is located in two places on the product: the bottom portion of the outer packaging box and the bottom portion of the label on the bottle.

      Approximately 7,105 units of the recalled product were shipped to distributors, wholesalers, retailers, and consumers in Alabama, Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Montana, North Carolina, New Jersey, Nevada, New York, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Washington, West Virginia and Wyoming.

      What to do

      Customers who purchased the recalled product should stop using it, and return it to the place of purchase for a full refund or exchange.

      Consumers may contact Drip More at orders@dripmore.com.

      Drip More is recalling four lots of Candy King – Worms.The product has a higher concentration of nicotine than the label indicates. The higher concentr...
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      Airstream recalls various travel trailers with spare tire issue

      The spare tire carrier and tire may separate from the vehicle.

      Airstream is recalling 1,848 model year 2018-2020 International, Sport, Flying Cloud, Classic, Tommy Bahama, Globetrotter, and Nest travel trailers.

      The forward end of the spare tire carrier may contact the ground while the trailer is moving possibly resulting in the carrier and tire separating from the vehicle.

      If the spare tire and tire carrier become detached they can become a road hazard, increasing the risk of crash.

      What to do

      Airstream will notify owners, and dealers will install corrected spare tire carrier brackets free of charge.

      The recall is expected to begin June 28, 2019.

      Owners may contact Airstream customer service at 1-877-596-6505 or 1-937-596-6111, extension 7401 or 7411.

      Airstream is recalling 1,848 model year 2018-2020 International, Sport, Flying Cloud, Classic, Tommy Bahama, Globetrotter, and Nest travel trailers.The...
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      Generation Brands recalls glass pendant light fixtures

      The fixture can detach from its electrical cord and fall

      Generation Brands is recalling about 1,230 small Stratton glass pendant light fixtures sold in the U.S. and Canada.

      The fixture can detach from its electrical cord and fall unexpectedly, posing a risk of injury from impact.

      The firm has received one report of the glass pendant detaching from the light fixture, resulting in injury to a bystander standing directly beneath it.

      This recall involves the small Stratton pendant light fixtures. The lights are suspended and provide task lighting and general illumination for both consumer and commercial applications.

      The UPC number is on the light fixture packaging, and the part number is located on a yellow sticker inside of the canopy of the fixture.

      The recalled small light fixture is 9.2 inches wide, and was sold with a glass shade (clear or smoke color).

      The recall involves the following item numbers and UPCs:

      Item Number

      UPC

      700TDSTNPSCB-PAR

      0884655362979

      700TDSTNPSKB-PAR

      0884655362986

      700TDSTNPSCB-LED27

      0884655362993

      700TDSTNPSKB-LED27

      0884655363006

      700TDSTNPSCB-LED30

      0884655363013

      700TDSTNPSKB-LED30

      0884655363020

      700TDSTNPSCY-PAR

      0884655363099

      700TDSTNPSKY-PAR

      0884655363105

      700TDSTNPSCY-LED27

      0884655363112

      700TDSTNPSKY-LED27

      0884655363129

      700TDSTNPSCY-LED30

      0884655363136

      700TDSTNPSKY-LED30

      0884655363143

      700TDSTNPSCB

      0191963077083

      700TDSTNPSCY

      0191963077090

      700TDSTNPSKB

      0191963077106

      700TDSTNPSKY

      0191963077113

      The fixtures, manufactured in China, were sold at independent lighting retailers nationwide and online at build.com, Circa Lighting, Lightology, Lumens, Wayfair, and Y Lighting from January 2013, through December 2018, for between $385 and $525.

      What to do

      Consumers should immediately prevent people from going under the light fixture and contact Tech Lighting to receive a free repair kit. Consumers will need to schedule installation of the repair kit by a certified electrician. Tech Lighting will reimburse the consumer for the service.

      Consumers may contact Tech Lighting toll-free at (888) 475-1136 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. (CT) Monday through Friday or online at www.techlighting.com and click on “Voluntary Safety Recall” at the bottom of the page for more information.

      Generation Brands is recalling about 1,230 small Stratton glass pendant light fixtures sold in the U.S. and Canada.The fixture can detach from its elec...
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      NOVIS PR recalls PECGEN DMX

      The label contains incorrect dosage information

      Novis PR is recalling five lots of liquid cough syrup PECGEN DMX.

      The product label contains incorrect dosage information and fails to advise consumers to consult a doctor for children under 2 years of age.

      The recalled product, packaged in Amber plastic 16-oz., bottles in cases of 12 units with NDC 52083-630-16, include the following lot numbers and expiration dates:

      • D80202, Exp date 02/20
      • D80210, Exp 02/20
      • D80818, Exp 09/20
      • D80819, Exp 09/20
      • D80820, Exp 09/20.

      It was distributed in Puerto Rico to wholesalers and retail pharmacies and is sold only in Puerto Rico.

      What to do

      Novis PR LLC is notifying customers by letters and phone calls and arranging the return of all recalled products.

      Customers who purchased the recalled product should stop using it and return it to place of purchase or discard it.

      Consumers with questions may contact Novis PR at (787) 767-2072 Monday thru Friday, 7:30am – 4:30pm (AST), or by email at info@kramernovis.com.

      Novis PR is recalling five lots of liquid cough syrup PECGEN DMX.The product label contains incorrect dosage information and fails to advise consumers...
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      Target recalls USB charging cables

      The metal around the cord can become electrically charged

      Target Corp., of Minneapolis, Minn., is recalling about 90,000 heyday 3 Foot Lightning USB charging cables.

      The metal around the cord can become electrically charged if it contacts the USB wall charger plug prongs while charging, posing shock and fire hazards.

      The firm has received 14 reports of the cables smoking, sparking or igniting, including two reports of consumer finger burns.

      This recall includes the heyday 3 Foot Lightning USB charging cables that are used to charge cellphones and other electronics that use lightning connector charging cables.

      The metal charging cable is purple, green and blue iridescent. The word “heyday” is printed on the cable’s connector.

      The model number 080 08 8261 is printed on the side of the product’s packaging.

      The charging cables, manufactured in China, were sold at Target stores nationwide and online at www.target.com from June 2018, through January 2019, for about $15.

      What to do

      Consumers should immediately stop using the product and return the recalled cable to any Target store for a full refund.

      Consumers may contact Target at (800) 440-0680 between 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. (CT) daily, online at www.target.com and click on “Recalls” at the bottom of the page, then on “Electronics” or click on the “Product Recalls” tab on Target’s Facebook page for more information.

      Target Corp., of Minneapolis, Minn., is recalling about 90,000 heyday 3 Foot Lightning USB charging cables.The metal around the cord can become electri...
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      Maxfield Seafood recalls Yellow Walking Fish and Mystus Fish

      The products were not federally inspected prior to importation

      Maxfield Seafood of City of Industry, Calif., the importer of record, is recalling approximately 160,020 pounds of Yellow Walking Fish and Mystus Fish.

      The products, imported from Vietnam from March 2018, through January 2019, were not presented for import re-inspection into the U.S.

      Additionally, the products were produced at a Vietnamese establishment that was not eligible to export them to the U.S.

      There have been no confirmed reports of adverse reactions due to consumption of these products.

      The following products, with a shelf life of two years, are being recalled:

      • Varying weights of packages containing 2 pieces of “FARM RAISED INDIVIDUALLY QUICK FROZEN” “FROZEN HEADLESS YELLOW WALKING FISH Clarias macrocephalics”.
      • Varying weights of packages containing 3 pieces of “FARM RAISED INDIVIDUALLY QUICK FROZEN” “FROZEN HEADLESS YELLOW WALKING FISH Clarias macrocephalics”.
      • Varying weights of packages containing 2 pieces of “FARM RAISED INDIVIDUALLY QUICK FROZEN” “FROZEN YELLOW WALKING FISH Clarias macrocephalics”.
      • Varying weights of packages containing 3 pieces of “FARM RAISED INDIVIDUALLY QUICK FROZEN” “FROZEN YELLOW WALKING FISH Clarias macrocephalics”.
      • 14-oz. packages of “WILD CAUGHT INDIVIDUALLY VACUUM PACK” “FROZEN HEADLESS CLEANED MYSTUS FISH”.

      The recalled products were shipped to retail locations nationwide.

      What to do

      Customers who purchased the recalled products should not consume them, but discard or return them to the place of purchase.

      Consumers with questions about the recall may contact Jae Hwang, at jhwang@maxfieldseafood.com.

      Maxfield Seafood of City of Industry, Calif., the importer of record, is recalling approximately 160,020 pounds of Yellow Walking Fish and Mystus Fish....
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      The Village Company recalls La Bella Extreme Sport Styling Gel

      The product may be contaminated with bacteria

      The Village Company is recalling La Bella Extreme Sport Styling Gel.

      Four lots of the product failed micro testing due to bacterial contamination with Burkholderia cepacia and a group of related strains., resulting in potential contamination of 2,377 cases.

      There are no reports of adverse reactions to date.

      The following lot numbers of the product, manufactured by Kapra Cosmetics, are being recalled:

      • 19057B, 19072C, 19072E, 19072G of the 22-oz., bottle of La Bella Extreme Sport Styling Gel

      It was sold nation wide at Kroger (Food 4 Less and Ralphs), Stater Bros, Target, Heb, Cardinal Health, Certco, Cashco Distributors, Bashas, All Essentials, Yosemite Wholesale – Merced, Supervalu, AJ Express and Latin American Distributors.

      What to do

      Customers who purchased the recalled product should stop using it immediately, and discard or return it to The Village Company.

      If discarding the product, consumers should send an email to LaBellaExtremeSport@TheVillageCompany.com with the date they discarded it.

      The company will provide a replacement product or refund to any consumer who has proof of purchase, which includes a receipt or a photo of the recalled lot code on the bottom of the bottle. Additional instructions may be found at www.LaBellaExtremeSport.com.

      Consumers may with questions may contact contact customer service at (800) 699-6852 weekdays between 9:00am and 6:00pm (EST), and at the above email address.

      The Village Company is recalling La Bella Extreme Sport Styling Gel.Four lots of the product failed micro testing due to bacterial contamination with B...
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