All Wegmans Food Markets Inc. varieties made in bagels and bialys, which are made in stores, crushed bagels with different ingredients, as the products may contain parts of a metal spring from a mixer, posing a serious risk of suffocation. Le Rochester, New York, heard three consumer complaints, spokeswoman Jo Natale said. No injuries or incidents were reported.
The recovered muffins and bialys were sold at Wegman stores in New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Virginia, and Maryland between August 24 and September 9 this year. For more information, consumers can call 800-934-6267, extension 4760, or visit http://www.wegmans.com.
Over 6000 Titan Titan Stage 1st controllers and Titan / Conshelf DIN dive adapters, made in France by Aqua Lung USA. Tightening the DIN bracket too hard during installation can cause breakage and the regulator can come out of the dip cylinder, putting divers at risk of drowning. The company received a report saying that a MyWegmansConnect beam breaks under pressure. No injuries were reported.
The recalled controllers have serial numbers below 6062501 engraved on the side of the box. The removed adapters are labeled “300 BAR MAX” on the side. The recalled products were sold at authorized MyWegmansConnect across the country from January 1997 to this month. Details: by phone at 877-253-3483; online at http://www.aqualung.com or http://www.cpsc.gov.
Approximately 78,000 remote control protocol helicopter toys made in China and imported by Ashley Collection Inc. The toy battery can overheat and melt, creating a fire or burn hazard for consumers. The company received nine reports of toy overheating, including a slight burn on the consumer’s fingertips. Product model number 1442 was sold in stores across the country from October to December. More information is available at http://www.protocoldesign.com or http://www.cpsc.gov.