January recalls 10 Photos Clockwise from top left 1 of 10 To full screen share tweet email January product recalls A new year brings new problems, with everything from brownie mix to Cadillac Escalades to kids’ pajamas. See gallery Keep reading to see what other problems consumers should be aware of in January. Skip ahead to read about:Mislabeled ice creamFaulty strollersRecalled smoked salmon 2 of 10 To full screen share tweet email Food products Southwest Ice Cream Specialties (based where?) recalled ShurFine Creamery Select Dulce de Leche (what’s that?) ice cream due to a problem that could expose consumers to undeclared allergens. Additional recalls: One lot of Food Club Chocolate Chunk Brownie Mix (see photo) due to an undeclared allergen. Packages of Andy Capp’s Hot Fries (see photo) with a sell-by date of Aug. 17, 2013, because of a packaging problem. Where were they sold? Packages of Woodstock Tamari Almonds (get the lot number). Why? All packages of Somersaults Cinnamon Crunch products (see photos) due to an undeclared allergen. Several flavors of Boba Direct powders sold in 2.2-pound plastic bags. What is the problem? Nearly 500 bags of Coconut Haystacks candy sold by Island Delights in 2012, due to an unlisted ingredient. Approximately 250 pounds of Homestead Creamery (based where?) Flory’s Favorite 60-day aged cheese, due to possible contamination. Several lots of Dymatize Nutrition Elite Gourmet Cookies & Cream bars (see photo) and Dymatize Nutrition Elite Gourmet Fudge Brownie bars (see photo). What’s the problem? Packages of Kinnikinnick frozen pie crusts (get the UPC) because of an undeclared allergen. From left 3 of 10 To full screen share tweet email Children’s gear Bugaboo recalled approximately 50,000 of its Cameleon and Donkey strollers due to faulty handles that pose a potential injury hazard. Was anyone injured? Additional recalls: About 800,000 Fisher-Price Rock N’ Play infant sleepers (see photo). What’s the problem? 4 of 10 To full screen share tweet email Children’s toys & clothing Target recalled 42,000 girls Circo brand fleece blanket sleepers sold from August to October 2012, due to a potential fire hazard. Additional recalls: Nearly 600,000 children’s pajama sets (see photos) because they could pose a safety hazard. Where were they sold? 5 of 10 To full screen share tweet email Pharmaceutical products Mobius Therapeutics (based where?) recalled two lots of Mitosol (what’s that?) because they may not be sterile. What is the problem? Additional recalls: One lot of ferrous sulfate tablets (from where?) due to a labeling issue. 6 of 10 To full screen share tweet email Meat & seafood products Giant Food Stores recalled 3- and 8-ounce packages of Nathan’s Nova Salmon and 3-ounce packages of Lascco smoked salmon due to a potential health hazard. Additional recalls: Approximately 2,532 pounds of raw ground beef products (sold where?) because of possible contamination. 7 of 10 To full screen share tweet email Electrical items Goodman Company (based where?) recalled about 155 Amana packaged gas/electric heating and cooling units due to an inaccurate serial plate. What could happen? Additional recalls: About 66 Omni-Heat lithium-polymer rechargeable batteries sold with Columbia Sportswear electric jackets (see photos) from September to November 2012, due to fire hazard. Nearly 4,000 neon sign power supply transformers (see photo). Why? More than 1,000 Dolan Northwest Burien floor lamps after reports of faulty lamps. What can happen? Courtesy of MSN Auto 8 of 10 To full screen share tweet email Vehicles General Motors recalled nearly 55,000 of its model-year 2013 SUVs, vans and pickups, including the Cadillac Escalade; Chevrolet Avalanche, Express, Silverado, Suburban and Tahoe; and the GMC Savana and Sierra, due to problems with the ignition system. Additional recalls: About 1,300 Enduro motorcycles (see photos) due to fire and crash hazards. Where were they sold? More than 3,000 model-years 2011 and 2012 Can-Am Commander off-road vehicles (see photo). Why? Nearly 5,000 John Deer Gator utility vehicles (see photo) due to a potential fire hazard. Model-year 2013 Polaris Ranger 400 (see photo) off-highway vehicles. What’s the problem? 9 of 10 To full screen share tweet email Consumer products Target recalled more than 150,000 handheld air misters sold exclusively at its stores from February to May 2012, due to an injury hazard. Was anyone hurt? Additional recalls: Nearly 600 weight workbenches (which brand?) due to a faulty part. About 40 high-pressure scuba diving air hoses (from which importer?). Why? More than 6,000 Game Winner crossbow cocking ropes (see photo) sold exclusively at a nationwide store chain. What’s the problem? Approximately 2,500 Brower top hatch egg incubators (see photo) due to a fire hazard. More than 2,100 American Signature Hayward reclining chairs (see photo) because of a potential fall hazard. Nearly 2 million Royal Prestige 9-ply thermal wall cooking pots (see photos) sold by door-to-door salespeople. What can go wrong? Several lots of Milo’s Kitchen Chicken Jerky and Chicken Grillers dog treats (see photos). http://www.bing.com/search?q=milo%27s+kitchen+chicken+jerky+recall+%2B+antibiotics&form=msnnewWhy? 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