Mother feeding her baby Enfamil Nutramigen A+ L-G-G Hypoallergenic formula which has been recalled

Recall Roundup: Enfamil Recalls Nutramigen A+ LGG Formula | Plus Ford, BlendJet, Honda, Zebra Blinds Recalls and More

Canadian Recall List for the Week of December 27th, 2023 to January 4th, 2024

This week’s recall list includes:  baby formula; popular blinds; Portable emergency power stations; various vehicles; and other consumer products.

Enfamil brand Nutramigen A+ LGG Hypoallergenic (infant formula) recalled due to possible presence of Cronobacter sakazakii


The affected products are being recalled from the marketplace due to possible Cronobacter sakazakii contamination.

What you should do

  • If you think you became sick from consuming a recalled product, contact your healthcare provider
  • Check to see if you have recalled products
  • Do not consume, serve, use, sell, or distribute recalled products
    Recalled products should be thrown out or returned to the location where they were purchased
  • Food contaminated with Cronobacter sakazakii may not look or smell spoiled but can still make you sick. Although Cronobacter sakazakii is not commonly linked to human illness, in rare cases it can cause serious or fatal infections. Cronobacter sakazakii can cause rare bloodstream and central nervous system infections and has been associated with severe intestinal infection (necrotizing enterocolitis) and blood poisoning (sepsis), especially in newborns.

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Mercedes-Benz Fuel Pump Recall Affects 87,000 Vehicles

A Mercedes-Benz fuel pump recall involves 2021-2024 GLE-Class, GLS-Class, C-Class, E-Class, S-Class, SL-Class, GLC-Class, CLS-Class, AMG GT, and G-Class vehicles.

More than 87,200 vehicles contain fuel pumps that may shut down and cause the vehicles to stall and fail to restart.

The Mercedes fuel pump recall is an expansion of a June 2023 fuel pump recall of about 160,000 Mercedes vehicles.

The fuel pumps have impellers that can absorb gasoline, deform and make contact with the fuel pump housings. Damage to the pump can cause the pump to suddenly shut off, including while driving.

And a failed fuel pump typically means a tow truck.

Driver warnings may include the engine running rough and a warning message on the instrument panel.

Ground Beef Recall: Potential Health Risks Prompt Nationwide Recall

In response to a recent health scare, numerous supermarkets across Canada are recalling ground beef products due to potential health risks. The recall comes after a food safety investigation conducted by Health Canada and the Canadian Food Inspection Agency

The recall is due to concerns over possible contamination with the bacteria Listeria. Listeria is a type of bacteria that can cause serious illness, especially in individuals with weakened immune systems, the elderly, and pregnant women.

Health Canada Recalls Zebra Blinds and Roller Shades Over Strangulation Concerns

In a move to safeguard the well-being of Canadian citizens, especially the young ones, Health Canada has announced a recall of 286 units of zebra blinds and roller shades. These items were manufactured and retailed by Juste des stores/True Blinds between June and December 2023. The recall comes amidst safety concerns surrounding these window coverings.

Piccolo Bambino white contour baby changing pad recalled due to choking hazard

Affected products

This recall involves the product Piccolo Bambino white contour baby changing pad. The pad features a PEVA cover with a diamond pin sonic embossed pattern and can be identified by model number PB2008 and UPC 7-73299-50008-6.


The zipper pull can be easily twisted off and may pose a choking hazard. As of December 14, 2023, the company has received no reports of incidents or injuries in Canada.

Piccolo Bambino white contour baby changing pads

What you should do

  • Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled product and remove the zipper pull. This can be done by twisting the zipper pull with your fingers. Discard the zipper pull and any other metal piece that falls off.
  • For more information, consumers can contact Abond Group by telephone at 514-353-9060, extension 285, from 8:30 am to 5 pm EST, or by email at
  • Please note that the Canada Consumer Product Safety Act prohibits recalled products from being redistributed, sold or even given away in Canada.
  • Health Canada would like to remind consumers to report any health or safety incidents related to the use of this product or any other consumer product or cosmetic by filling out the Consumer Product Incident Report Form.
  • This recall is also posted on the OECD Global Portal on Product Recalls website. You can visit this site for more information on other international consumer product recalls.

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Unauthorized blood glucose (sugar)-reading smartwatches may pose serious health risks to people with diabetes

Affected products

Unauthorized blood glucose (sugar)-reading smartwatches


Health Canada is warning people with diabetes and parents/caregivers of people with diabetes that various social media and online retail platforms are promoting unauthorized blood glucose-reading smartwatches. These devices have not been assessed for safety and effectiveness and may pose serious health risks to consumers because they may give false blood glucose readings or they may not provide timely alerts, which could lead to errors in diabetes management.

Health Canada has authorized devices to be inserted under the patient’s skin that can be used with their smartwatch or smartphone to monitor blood glucose levels. Authorized devices can be found by searching Medical Devices Active Licence Listing (MDALL). Health Canada has not authorized any smartwatches that can independently monitor blood glucose levels.

If a false blood sugar reading is used to make diabetes treatment decisions or an important alert is not provided in time, serious errors can occur such as:

  • taking too little insulin, which can lead to high blood sugar (called hyperglycemia),
  • taking too much insulin, which can lead to low blood sugar (called hypoglycemia), and
  • failing to treat low or high blood sugar.

These serious errors can lead to health consequences requiring medical treatment, such as hyperglycemic emergencies, severe low blood sugar, loss of consciousness, seizure, coma, and death.

Health Canada will take necessary action to stop the sale and advertisement of unauthorized blood glucose-reading smartwatches in Canada. The Department’s compliance and enforcement approach is to mitigate the risk to Canadians using the most appropriate level of intervention, in accordance with our Compliance and enforcement policy for health products.

What you should do

  • Do not use blood glucose-reading smartwatches that are not authorized by Health Canada.
  • Consult a healthcare professional if you have used any of these products and have health concerns.
  • Talk to your healthcare professional about which blood glucose monitoring system is right for you. You can search Health Canada authorized medical devices at Medical Devices Active Licence Listing (MDALL).
  • Report any health product-related side effects or complaints to Health Canada.

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