Baby Swings, Home Run Inn Pizza, Capri Sun and More – NBC Chicago

Product recalls are not unusual, but in recent days, several major brand name products have been the focus of recall alerts.

From pretzel buns to Capri Sun juice packets and baby swings, products have been pulled from shelves for a variety of reasons.

Here are the most recent recalls and what to do if you have affected product:

Over 2 million MamaRoo and RockaRoo baby swings recalled after baby dies

Pennsylvania-based baby products company 4moms is recalling more than two million MamaRoo swings and about 230,000 RockaRoo rockers in the United States and Canada, over concerns that their restraint straps were hanging under the seat, causing entanglement and strangulation hazards for crawling babies.

In a notice posted Monday on the U.S. Consumer Products and Safety Commission’s website, the company said it had received two incident reports involving infants who became entangled in the strap under the unoccupied MamaRoo infant swing after crawling under the seat, including a 10-month-old baby who died of asphyxiation and a 10-month-old who suffered bruising to his neck before being rescued by a caretaker. 4moms has not received any entanglement incident reports involving the RockaRoo.

Customers with infants who can crawl are urged to immediately stop using the recalled swings and swings and place them in an area where the child cannot reach them. Consumers should contact 4moms immediately to register for a free strap tether that will prevent the straps from extending under the swing when not in use.

Contact 4moms toll-free at 877-870-7390 8am-5pm ET Monday-Friday, by email at [email protected] or online at and click on the “Security and Reminder” link at the top of the page.

Read the full story here.

More than 5,000 cases of Capri Sun recalled after mixing cleaning solution on production line

Kraft Heinz is voluntarily recalling more than 5,500 cases of a certain Capri Sun beverage flavor after the production line accidentally mixed it with a cleaning solution, a company press release said Friday.

About 5,760 cases of wild cherry flavored Capri Sun were voluntarily recalled after a diluted cleaning solution, which the statement said is used on food processing equipment, was “inadvertently introduced into a chain production at one of our plants,” Kraft Heinz said in the statement.

Baby Swings, Home Run Inn Pizza, Capri Sun and More – NBC Chicago

According to the statement, the only product affected was the Wild Cherry flavor, with an expiration date of June 25, 2023.

No other Capri Sun flavors were affected or are part of the voluntary recall, the statement said.

Kraft Heinz says consumers who have purchased the product should not drink it, but rather return it to the store where it was purchased.

Find more details here.

Home Run Inn is recalling over 13,000 books. frozen meat pizza due to possible contamination

Chicago-based Home Run Inn Frozen Foods is recalling 13,099 pounds of frozen meat pizzas that may be “contaminated with foreign material, particularly metal,” a Food Inspection Service press release said Sunday. and Security from the United States Department of Agriculture.

According to the announcement, the product recall applies to frozen 33.5 ounce cartons containing “Home Run Inn Chicago’s Premium Pizzeria Deluxe Sausage Classic Pizza.”

The products, which were distributed in Illinois, were manufactured on June 6 and have an expiration date of December 3, 2022.

Baby Swings, Home Run Inn Pizza, Capri Sun and More – NBC Chicago

Anyone concerned about injury or illness should contact a health care provider.

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Oatly Distributor extends oat milk recall

A distributor of Oatly oat milk has expanded its voluntary product recall due to ongoing contamination concerns, NBC News reported.

California-based Lyons Magnus is now including in the recall 18 fl. oz./11 fl. oz. cartons of Oatly Regular Oat Milk, as well as 18 fl. Oatly chocolate oat milk and 18-unit/11 fl. oz. cartons of Oatly Barista Edition Oat Milk.

The recall is being carried out in response to fears of microbial contamination, including organisms Cronobacter sakazakii and Clostridium botulinum. Lyons Magnus said that while Clostridium botulinum was not found in the products, consumers are warned not to consume it, even if it does not look or smell spoiled.

King’s Hawaiian Pretzel Buns recalled due to possible microbial contamination

King’s Hawaiian has recalled several products after an ingredient used by a supplier was recalled due to possible microbial contamination.

In a press release, the company said it was voluntarily recalling its Pretzel Slider Buns, Pretzel Hamburger Buns and Pretzel Bites products “out of an abundance of caution” following a recall by pretzel product supplier Lyons Magnus. Lyons Magnus is recalling this ingredient due to potential for causing microbial contamination, including organisms Cronobacter sakazakii and Clostridium botulinumsays Kings Hawaiian.

No illnesses associated with King’s Hawaiian Pretzel Bread have been reported.

Baby Swings, Home Run Inn Pizza, Capri Sun and More – NBC Chicago

King’s Hawaiian will resume production of all pretzel products once the company has ensured that all current products have been phased out and confirmed the safety of all ingredients, according to a press release.

Consumers in possession of King’s Hawaiian Pretzel Slider Buns, King’s Hawaiian Pretzel Hamburger Buns or King’s Hawaiian Pretzel Bites should discard the product. Consumers can contact King’s Hawaiian at 877-695-4227, Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

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