Recall Roundup: Jennie-O Ground Turkey, Chocolate Pots, Children's Sleepwear and More

Recall roundupKeeping track of the latest product and food recalls can be a challenge, so Consumer Ally has collected them in one place for you to check each week.

Here is this week's roundup:
  • Jennie-O Turkey Store recalled 54,960 pounds of ground turkey burgers sold at Sam's Club stores nationwide after the meat was linked to a salmonella outbreak in 10 states.
  • Fashionviews Inc. recalled about 4,000 sets of P.Jamas children's sleepwear because they don't meet federal flammability standards, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission said. So far, no one has been hurt. The recall includes all styles of P.Jamas sleepwear, sold at shops nationwide, online from January 2006 through October 2010 for between about $50 and $100. Consumers should return the clothes for a refund. Call the company at (888) 554-6495 weekdays between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. Eastern Time.
  • Tri-Union Seafoods recalled some of its Chicken of the Sea chopped clams because the cans are mislabeled and may contain tiny shrimp.
  • Costco recalled about 19,000 Active Leisure folding canopy tents because they don't meet flammability claims on the label, creating a fire hazard, the company said.
  • Infantino LLC recalled the Troy the Activity Truck toy sold nationwide at retailers such as Babies R Us and Toys R Us after 28 reports of plastic beads coming off, including two cases of young children gagging on the pieces.
  • Key Baby LLC recalled some of its Pampers Natural Stages pacifiers because they may not meet federal safety standards and could be a choking hazard to young children.
  • Williams-Sonoma recalled about 28,000 Whirly Whip hot chocolate pots after eight consumers were hurt when the handles broke off during use.
  • Arm's Reach Concepts Inc. recalled about 76,000 Infant Bed-Side Sleepers because infants can become trapped if the fabric liner is not used or securely attached, the CPSC said. The CPSC lists the model numbers affected by the recall. The sleepers were sold at Burlington Coat Factory, Babies R Us and other stores nationwide from September 1997 through December 2001 for about $160 each. Consumers should contact the company for instructions to make sure the sleepers are properly configured. Call the company at (800) 954-9353 weekdays between 10 a.m. and 7 p.m. Eastern Time.
  • Cooper Tools recalled about 69,000 soldering irons because the power cord can break where it attaches to the handle, creating a burn risk to consumers, CPSC said. Three have suffered minor burns. CPSC lists the model numbers affected by the recall. Consumers should call the company for an inspection and a replacement. Call (800) 476-3030 weekdays between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Eastern Time.
  • Le Bon Patissier recalled certain Bon Patissier baked goods because they contain ingredients not listed on the labels that may cause allergic reactions, said the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. The baked goods were sold at Southern California markets. The FDA lists the products affected by the recall. So far, no one has gotten sick from eating the baked goods. Consumers can return the baked goods for a full refund. Call the company at (818) 957-7576 weekdays between 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. Eastern Time.
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