March 2020 Recall Roundup
When it comes to dealing with a product recall, there is a never a convenient time. But now, when many Americans are working from home, self-quarantined, and stocking up on canned goods due to the threat of COVID-19, no one wants the added stress of a dangerous or defective product. That’s why we’re here with our March 2020 Recall Roundup!
Check That List Before You Go
With looming concerns about state-mandated lockdowns forcing people to stock up on canned or non-perishable foods, it’s important to be aware of any food recalls that could impact your shopping list.
- Wegman’s ginger salmon and teriyaki salmon
- AFC Distribution whiteleg shrimp
- Winco Foods frozen blackberries and mixed fruit medly
- Henry and Tenry Food Products Company spring rolls
- Pero Family Farms zucchini trays
- Meijer mixed nuts
- Fresh 7 Baskets fish products
- Stonewall Kitchen ghost pepper salsa
- Goraesa fish cakes
- Whole Foods green chile chicken tamales
- Choice Products USA peanut butter cookie dough
Around the House
COVID-19 has also forced many schools and companies to shut-down or implant from-home schedules, meaning that kids and adults alike may be finding themselves hanging around their homes more often than they usually might. This means that some product recalls from March 2020 that concern home furnishings can also be particularly dangerous. For example, IKEA recently recalled it’s “KULLEN” chest due to a tip-over hazard. If a young child is playing near the chest when it tips over, they could become trapped underneath, leading to death or serious injuries like a traumatic brain injury. Some around-the-house recalls for the month of March include a dresser from Homestar North America, a ceiling fan from Kichler Lighting, and a floor lamp from RH US. So while your self-isolation might seem like the perfect excuse to redecorate your home, avoid these products!
Planning That Future Vacation
Finally, while now might not be the best time to take a road trip, you can still dream about the great vacation you’ll take when this is all over! If you’re doing that, though, be aware of these recent vehicle recalls from these makers:
We know that COVID-19 is causing stress for many people, and we hope that this blog about March 2020 recalls is able to calm the chaos a little bit, at least when it comes to your shopping list! For more information about tackling a product recall, check out this blog.
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