Recall roundup: Cold coffee cans, Ram trucks, garden lights recalled

Death Wish Coffee recalls cold products

By Marilyn Moritz - Reporter

SAN ANTONIO - Cold coffee cans, Dodge Ram trucks, garden lights and children's slap bracelets are part of this recall roundup.

Death Wish Coffee Co., which claims to make the world's strongest coffee, has recalled certain cold cans over concerns they may contain a deadly toxin.

The company is recalling its 11-oz. Death Wish Nitro Cold Brew cans because of concerns that the manufacturing process could lead to botulism, a potentially fatal food poisoning. In its announcement, the company said no illnesses have been reported.

"Our customers' safety is of paramount importance and Death Wish Coffee is taking this significant, proactive step," the statement said in part.

Production is also halted until an additional step in the manufacturing process is implemented.

Consumers are urged to dispose of the product or return it for a refund.

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Fiat Chrysler announced a recall this week of nearly 444,000 Dodge Ram trucks because a water pump issue may lead to a fire.

The recall involves model years 2013-2017, including Ram 2500 and 3500 pickups and 3500, 4500 and 5500 chassis cab trucks.

The automaker said it is not aware of any accidents related to the recall and the water pump is no longer used in new vehicles.

Owners will be notified about repairs. Until then, owners are urged to look out for the warning light.


Thousands of lawn and garden stake lights are being recalled due to a fire hazard.

Southwire is recalling Moonrays brand large mystic globe and winter-themed now globe stake lights. The company has received nine reports of heat damage to nearby property.

They were sold from August 2016 through March 2017 at home improvement and hardware stores.

Consumers should contact or to return the lights for a refund.


Nearly 80,000 children's slap bracelets sold with "Trolls" storybooks were recalled. The metal band can wear through the fabric and cut the child's hands or fingers.

They were sold from September 2016 through August 2017 at various bookstores, fairs, clubs and online.

Parents can contact for instructions and to get a free "Trolls" book.

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