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Pistachios, Corona Extra recalled

Nuts linked to salmonella outbreak

SAN ANTONIO

If you have pistachios, check the bag.

A California producer, Wonderful Pistachios, has recalled various nut products because of a link to a strain of salmonella. The pistachios were sold under the brand names Wonderful, Paramount Farms and Trader Joe's.

The Centers for Disease Control is investigating a nine-state Salmonella Montevideo outbreak that sickened 11 people. None of the cases are in Texas.

Not all products are part of the recall, but consumers can find which are being recalled by checking the lot numbers on the bags and comparing them to a list compiled on the FDA website.

Consumers may return these products to Wonderful Pistachios for a refund by sending the product back or bottom portion of the package that contains the lot code to Wonderful Pistachios, 13646 Hwy 33, Lost Hills, CA 93249. Or they can return the package to the store. Consumers with questions can contact 844-505-3844.

You may need to toss your beer, too, after a limited recall of Corona Extra.

The company recalled some 12-ounce bottles sold in 12- and 18-packs because the bottles may contain bits of glass.

The manufacturer, Constellation Brands, says a small percentage of the product is affected by the recall.

The production codes affected can be found by clicking here.

Approximately 374,000 decorative metal wall plates for light switches have been recalled.  They pose an electrical shock or fire risk, according to the Consumer Product Safety Commission

The plates, made by Liberty Hardware, were sold at Lowe's under the Allen + Roth name from January 2013 through January 2016.

Owners should contact Liberty Hardware for a refund. For more information, click here.

If you bought a large Golda model wall clock from Z Gallerie, it's time to return it because it's been recalled.

Defective battery springs can cause the batteries to overheat and pose a fire hazard.

The $400 clock can be returned to the store for a refund plus a gift card.

And thousands of Valentine's Day mugs sold at Target spark more than love. The metal print on them can spark in the microwave, posing a fire danger.  The mugs are not microwave safe as labeled.

The white ceramic mugs have "Love Today" printed on them. They can be returned for a refund.

 


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