Several products have been removed from the shelves of big-name stores across Canada as Health Canada and the Canadian Food Inspection Agency warn shoppers about multiple recalls.
One of the recalls concerns certain plant-based breakfast sandwiches and burritos sold at Walmart.
The affected products are being recalled from the market because they contain undeclared milk on their labels, Canada Food Inspection said in a recall alert.
The recalled products are sold nationwide.
“Check to see if we have recalled your product,” said the CFIA. “Do not consume recalled products for allergies or sensitivities as they may cause serious or life-threatening reactions.”
The CFIA conducts food safety investigations that may lead to recalls of other products and confirms that the industry is removing recalled products from the market.
Another recall concerns pacifier toys sold at Toys R Us stores.
TOMY International, in collaboration with Health Canada, is voluntarily recalling Lamaze Chill TeetherTM Toy, Item # Y5288L, UPC 7146305288, Product Codes E1920ALP01 & K1920ALP01.
The company reports 5,066 units of its products were sold in Canada from July 2020 to November 2022.
In an “urgent” recall warning, Toys “R” Us said, “The liquid inside may promote the growth of microbes that pose a microbial hazard.”
“If you haven’t already done so, please stop selling these products immediately and throw them in the trash,” says the Toys “R” Us warning.
Additional testing by TOMY International, Inc. found production code E1920ALP01 to be contaminated with bacteria. Staphylococcus epidermidis, according to Health Canada.
“These bacteria are usually harmless, but piercing toys and ingesting liquid fillings can cause infections in children with weakened immune systems,” the warning said.
As of November 30, company received No reports of incidents or injuries in Canada.
Consumers should “immediately discontinue use” of recalled pacifiers and contact TOMY International, Inc. to initiate a replacement request, Health Canada said.
For more information, consumers may contact TOMY International, Inc. by telephone. 1-866-725-4407 Monday through Friday 8:00 am and 4:00 pm (CT) Or visit the company’s website at: http://recall.tomy.com.
The third recall involves a range of Harmony Play & Go Playards bassinets and change tables sold at Best Buy and other stores in Canada.
These are being recalled due to their choking and entrapment hazards, according to Health Canada.
Health Canada’s Sampling and Evaluation Program has determined that these accessories do not meet Canadian standards. playpen rulesSpecifically, Health Canada states:
- • “If the bassinet structure support bars are not in place and are not fully assembled according to the manufacturer’s instructions, and if the infant is placed sideways in the bassinet without the bassinet structure support bars in place, the sleeping surface will be flat. Designed to pose a potential hazard of injury or death due to suffocation.”
• “If a child is left unattended in the bassinet or play yard portion of the play yard while the change table accessory is installed, the child may attempt to lift the change table accessory contrary to the manufacturer’s instructions. , there is a potential risk of injury or death.
As of November 15, 2022, the company has received no reports of incidents or injuries related to affected products in Canada.
In the case of bassinets, Health Canada stated that consumers should not use the Harmony Play & Go Playard bassinet without the included bassinet structural support bar installed, and consumers should contact Harmony for a free kit. Received and added that the possibility of removing the bassinet structure should be eliminated. support bar.
For changing tables, consumers should immediately remove and discard the changing table straps and stop using the changing table instructions, Health Canada said. Consumers should contact Harmony to obtain updated Change Her Table instructions. Once the updated change sheet instructions have been reviewed, consumers may continue to use the Harmony Play & Go Playard change sheet in accordance with the updated instructions, Health Canada said.
The company reports that approximately 84,000 affected products were sold in Canada from March 2020 to December 2022.
For updated instructions, additional information, or to schedule a call with Harmony, consumers may contact Harmony Juvenile by email. firstname.lastname@example.org.
Meanwhile, IKEA and Health Canada are recalling certain chairs that were sold in popular stores.
This recall relates to an ODGER Swivel Chair sold in anthracite color and dated prior to 2221 (yyww). The item number of the chair is 20395270. This chair has a bowl-shaped seat and a rounded backrest that can be adjusted in height and swivel. The chair also has a star-shaped support base.
Health Canada said in a recall warning that the chair’s star-shaped support base could come off unexpectedly, posing a risk of falling and injury.
As of December 19, 2022, the company has not received any reports of incidents in Canada. Worldwide, the company has received 19 reports of star-shaped support base removal, and five reports of fall injuries.
The company reported that from October 2019 to December 2022, 3,302 units of the affected product were sold in Canada.
“Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled chair and return the product to an IKEA Canada store for a refund,” the warning said.
For more information, please contact IKEA Customer Service at 1-800-661-9807 from 9am.by 9:00 p.m. ET Monday through Sunday, or online Access product recalls.