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Recall Alert: Tide, Gain and Other Laundry Detergents Are Top Story This Week

Tide Pods and Gain Flings are the top recall story for this past week. Other important recalls include a popular pepperoni stick, a child seat, henna cones and medical devices. Keep reading to learn more about important Canadian recalls that can affect your family’s safety.

P&G recalls 8.2 million bags of Tide, Gain and other laundry detergents

Procter & Gamble is recalling more than eight million bags of Tide, Gain, Ace and Ariel laundry detergent packets sold in the U.S. and Canada due to a defect in the products’ child-resistant packaging. Read More >>>

The Thule RideAlong Child Bike Seat which is subject to recall in Canada

Thule RideAlong Child Bike Seat recalled due to potential chemical hazard

This recall involves Thule RideAlong Child Bike Seat. Product name, model number, serial number and date code found on silver label on mounting bracket on bottom side of the seat.

The harness padding of the Thule RideAlong bike seats can contain the flame-retardant DecaBDE (Decabromodyphenyl ether), which may pose a chemical hazard. DecaBDE can be toxic if it’s ingested or if it comes into contact with skin or eyes. More Information >>>

Health Canada recalls ‘dangerous’ henna cones

Henna is part of many cultural celebrations. But Health Canada warns that not all henna cones, used to apply designs on skin, are safe. Henna artist Tooba Sheikh came to the CBC Edmonton studio to chat with Mark Connolly about what’s happening. Read The Story >>>

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Pepperoni sticks recalled in Canada over metal in product

Freybe Gourmet Foods Limited is recalling ​​Freybe brand Pepperoni Smoked Sausage Sticks Original because of pieces of metal in the product.

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Veggie Burgers Recalled in Canada Due to Undeclared Allergen

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency just announced an active recall on veggie burgers. This is due to undeclared gluten in the product, which is an allergen.

The Kool Kitchen brand frozen veggie burgers were sold in the provinces of Nova Scotia and Ontario and displayed a UPC of 651539200944 on the packaging. The recall was announced after a consumer complaint reported an allergic reaction after eating this product.

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Unilove Hug Me Plus 2-in-1 Bedside Sleeper & Portable Cradle recalled due to risk of entrapment and suffocation hazards

This recall involves Unilove 2-in-1 cradles that were sold in grey (UPC 872106002420) or pink (UPC 872106002413). The cradle has mesh panels on both sides, telescoping feet with wheel locks, and a height adjustment feature of seven levels.

Health Canada’s sampling and evaluation program has determined that these cradles do not meet the Cribs, Cradles and Bassinets Regulations in Canada. Specifically, the cradles sleep surface provides an incline angle greater than 7 degrees, posing a risk of entrapment and suffocation to the child.  Read More >>>

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