With school just around the corner, there will be a lot of supplies purchased. Some children may want to have a character watch on their wrist, specially for the first day of school to show to their friends. However, this may be something that parents here in West Virginia want to avoid, as some watches have been deemed potentially dangerous or defective products.
A recent recall by Kroger is affecting West Virginia residents. Four different seasonings have been recalled by the grocery store due to the possibility of salmonella contamination, which makes them dangerous or defective products. If consumed, these spices could cause some serious health conditions and illnesses. For consumers who have any of the listed spices below, it is advised that the seasonings be returned to the store for a full refund or thrown away.
One of the most recent recalls in West Virginia concerns products intended for the care of young children. A popular baby stroller manufacturer has recently recalled over 70,000 seats and strollers because of their potential of being dangerous or defective products. The recall comes after the company became aware of the foam from the crossbar coming off in certain instances and posing a choking hazard.
West Virginia residents who love chicken may want to pay close attention to this post. According to CNBC, almost 2 million pounds of Aspen Foods chicken have been recalled due to being dangerous or defective products. There is an apparent risk of Salmonella infection, which is one of the most dangerous bacterial foodborne illnesses.
Many people in West Virginia enjoy working out and doing yoga. These activities typically provide health benefits, and many individuals find them relaxing as well. Recently, though, concerns have been raised about some of the apparel used to engage in these activities. It appears that a popular fitness apparel company has more dangerous or defective products out on the market and in consumers' homes.
West Virginia residents who love their salads with ranch dressing may want to take note of this recall. One of the most recent dangerous or defective products that has been recalled is none other than ranch dressing. Nearly 9,000 cases of Wish-Bone bottles of the salad dressing are being recalled by Pinnacle Foods Group.
Parents often assume that the children's toys that they purchase and bring into their homes are perfectly safe. It is assumed that these toys have been fully and thoroughly tested for safety. Unfortunately, dangerous or defective products still make their way onto shelves and into the homes of West Virginia residents.
Children all over the world love toys. This is why parents are continuously buying new toys for their children. Unfortunately, many West Virginia parents do not think that there may be something wrong with the toy when they purchase it. However, parents come to find out later that they have purchased dangerous or defective products that could cause serious or fatal injury to their little one.
Donuts are a popular choice for breakfast for many West Virginia residents. Residents also tend to take multi-vitamins on a daily basis in order to stay healthy and maintain their energy. Although these items are not usually associated as dangerous or defective products, Walgreens has recently issued a recall for certain brands of both products.
West Virginia residents may be interested in hearing about a recent recall involving night lights by Nantucket Distributing Co. The recall comes after a couple of reported incidents where the plastic surrounding the light bulb melted. Luckily, no property damage occurred nor did the individuals report any injuries as a result of the dangerous or defective products.