The time has come where there are just so many freakin' recalls underway that I felt the need to inform you guys in a recall round up of sorts.
So get ready to check your goods -- Here's what's being recalled now:
- Castleberry's Food Company has recalled about 90 types of canned chili, beef stew, corned beef hash and other meat products (including dog food) due to the potential risk for botulism. This recall is so big that Castleberry's has shut down their plant entirely. The company says consumers should dispose of any questionable goods from Castleberry's in doubled plastic bags. Consumers can get full refunds simply by calling the company. Bring product labels into the grocery store so that you can get a refund. Call 1-888-203-8446 of visit the recall site for more information.
- Nissin FoodsCo., Inc. announced a voluntary nationwide recall of selected shrimp-flavored noodle products as a safety precaution after it was discovered that the seafood-flavored powder used in these Nissin products also contains cod and lobster. Individuals who have an allergy or severe sensitivity to cod or lobster may run the risk of a serious or life-threatening allergic reaction if they consume these specific shrimp-flavored products. Customers will receive a refund and a supplemental coupon if they then send the UPC Code only directly to Nissin at 2001 W Rosecrans Ave, Gardena, CA 90249. For more information, customers are urged to call Nissin Foods at 1-866-548-2945 or visit NissanFoods.com.
- CVS pharmacies are recalling some 84,000 of Playschool "No Spill" cups made in China, because toddlers can chew through the plastic spouts, posing a choking hazard. They have serial number 382814, which is printed on the back of the packaging. Consumers should stop using the products immediately and return them to the store where purchased for a refund. For more information, contact CVS at 866-434-0098.