Nestle Recalls Pork and Beef Products Over Undeclared Allergens

An important recall has been issued by Nestle Prepared Foods Company after it was discovered that an estimated “26,400 pounds of pork and beef products” were misbranded and contained undeclared allergens. According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS), the recalled products contain “eggs, milk, soy, and wheat,” which are all known allergens, but “not declared on the product label.”

Massive Recall Issued for 38M Kidde Fire Extinguishers

An urgent recall has been issued by Kidde, a fire safety manufacturer well known for its fire extinguishers. At the moment the recall includes about 38 million fire extinguishers “that can clog and fail to deploy,” according to the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC). So far Kidde has received “reports of 16 injuries, from smoke inhalation to minor burns, and 91 cases of property damages associated with the defect.”

Republican Senator Distances His Company from Exploitative Drug Rehabilitation Programs

A leading Republican in the Arkansas Senate said his company terminated agreements with drug rehabilitation programs accused of using their clients as unpaid labor. According to an Associated Press release, top-ranked Republican Sen. Jim Hendren said his company, Hendren Plastics, has revoked contracts with the Drug and Alcohol Recovery Program following the filing of a

PlanToys Recalls Popular Baby Play Gyms Amid Strangulation Concerns

A new toy recall has been issued that parents should be made aware of. The recall pertains to PlanToys Baby Gyms, which have been recalled due to the concern that “babies can strangle on the side rope crossbars on the baby gyms.” The gyms are designed to be placed on the floor for babies to play. But how can parents tell if they purchased one of these recalled baby gyms for their children?