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Walgreens recalls donuts after reports of mold

Furniture, tube lamps, metallic mugs recalled

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SAN ANTONIO – Walgreens recalled bags of Nice! Powdered Sugar Mini Donuts because of a possible mold risk, according to the Food and Drug Administration.

The company received customer complaints of mold on some of the the products. The donuts come in 11.5 oz. packages with WIC number 178206 and UPC number 4902264948.

Consumers should return the product for a refund.

Pali Design children's furniture recalled

Pali Design recalled thousands of pieces of children's furniture because it poses a danger if it tips over. The furniture comes with plastic restraint straps to attach the dressers, armoires and other large pieces to the wall.  However, the straps can break.

Several collections sold at specialty stores are involved in the recall as well as the Karla collection sold only at Babies R Us. The collection names and model numbers can be found at ww.cpsc.gov.

Parents should contact Pali Design (866)840-4140 or www.pali-design.com  for information on how to request a retrofit kit that includes new straps.

Big Lots recalls hanging chairs

Big Lots recalled 16,000 hanging chairs after eight reports of chairs falling with people in them.  Five of those people were hurt.

The chairs are brown plastic wicker pattern mesh with red cushions and were sold  last winter.

Owners should take them back to Big Lots for a refund. For more information: www.biglots.com.

Cree recalls tube lamps

Cree has recalled 700,000 tube lamps due to a burn hazard.

The LED T8 lamps are used indoors to replace traditional two-pin T8 fluroescent tubes.

Electrical arcing may cause the lamp to overheat and burn, according to the Consumer Product Safety Commission.

The were sold at The Home Depot for residential use and to commercial lighting customers.

Product numbers can be found at www.cpsc.gov.

Consumers should contact Cree (888)338-7883   or go to www.cree.com/recall for more information.

Monogram mugs sold at Kirklands recalled

Ten-thousand monogram mugs sold at Kirklands have been recalled because they are a fire hazard.

The mugs by Tri-Vista have metallic accents that spark when put in the microwave.

They were sold from March to May. Consumers can return them to any Kirklands store for a refund. 


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