Recalls & Alerts

Off Roading Recreational Vehicle Recall!

Polaris Recreational Off-Highway Vehicles (ROVs)

recall was issued on SEPTEMBER 1st 2016 (09-01-2016) due to a potential fire hazard. Items sold new beginning in August 2015 for about $25000 to $27500.

Stroller Travel System Recall!

Dorel Juvenile Safety 1st Step and Go Travel Systems

recall was issued on AUGUST 24th 2016 ( 08-24-2016)  due to a potential fall hazard. Items sold new beginning in May 2015 for about $250 to $300.

McDonald’s Toy Wristbands Recalls!

McDonald’s “Step-iT” Activity Wristbands

recall was issued on AUGUST 23rd 2016 ( 08-23-2016)  due to a potential Skin Iritation or Burn hazard. Items sold new beginning in August 2016.

Babies ‘R’ Us Recall!

Babies ‘R’ Us pacifier clips

recall was issued on SEPTEMBER 8th, 2016 ( 09-08-2016) due to a potential Choking hazard. Items sold new beginning in February 2015 for about $4.


Toy Egg Laying Chicken Recall!

Dazzling Toys Egg Laying Chicken Toys

recall was issued on AUGUST 30th 2016 ( 08-30-2016) due to a potential Choking hazard. Items sold new beginning in February 2016 for about $12.


There’s a Major SpaghettiOs Recall!

Campbell Soup Company is voluntarily recalling 355,000 cans of SpaghettiOs due to pieces of red plastic showing up in some of the cans. The plastic, which peeled off the lining of the 14.2-oz. cans, can pose a choking hazard for kids. The company says it received complaints from consumers who found the pieces.

The recalled cans are stamped with Feb. 22, 2017, on their base and have a UPC code of 5100022432 (found under the bar code).

The company is urging customers who have these cans to return them to their place of purchase for a full refund or exchange. Consumers can call 1-866-535-3774 between 9 a.m. and 7 p.m. EST from Monday to Friday, or visit the company’s website for more information.



This is a late post, however, I want to reach as many mothers and families as possible with Recalls and Alerts, no matter the date of the original notification. I feel sometimes, these reports are not passed along enough and many families go without the necessary information.

DATE: 08-06-2015 — Recalled: 479,000 one-piece outfits for babies from ‘Precious Cargo‘.

Product description and problem.

The Snaps on the one-piece outfit can detach, posing a chocking hazard. No Injuries have been reported.

Let’s pray that NO CHILDREN are harmed from these one-pieces.


  • Immediately stop using the recalled one-piece outfit and contact Precious Cargo for a full refund.
  • For more information, visit the Precious Cargo website and click product recalls, or call (888) 770-7018 Monday to Friday, 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Central time.


 Ikea Crib Mattress Recall

Now, this one is a bit tricky for me. The rationale behind the recall is due to the mattresses now being discovered as posing “fire hazards“. This statement and information evoked a slight bittersweet feeling, because although I commend ANY company for issuing recall alerts for their products and offer to fully refund and exchange the item for a more comparable one, I can’t help but feel slightly uneasy at the mention of fire retardants. Mostly because of the chemical agents that are used pose an even larger threat to the health and safety of ourselves and our precious little babies. The chemicals used are known carcinogens. I will not play the devil’s advocate and say which would you prefer to be the result of anyone’s demise ( cancer or a fire ) however, I feel it is plausible enough and packed with a sufficient amount of evidence to say that we cannot simply place a band-aid on an ongoing issue of toxins and chemical exposure that not only do we, a society face, but our young and defenseless children. I cannot help but cringe at the sight of my baby girl wanting to crawl around onto the living room carpet and pull herself up onto the couch. The amount of poisons and toxins that she is surrounded with prompted me to create an entire play area in our guest room until I could sort out the details of the origin of our living room furniture. It baffles me how an industry who’s sole purpose is motivated by profit, has such walls and layers of protection and yet consumers have zero and next to nothing when it comes to education, about the products that are being used in their homes.

Nevertheless, staying true to the #ConcernedMama in me, I shall inform everyone I can. The recall pertains to the Vyssa Spelevink mattresses, that were sold at Ikea stores and online from October 2000 through May 2014.




Trader Joe’s: Undeclared Milk in Dark Chocolate Covered Honey Grahams 

Date: August 25, 2015

“We have been alerted by our supplier of Trader Joe’s Dark Chocolate covered Honey Grahams with Sea Salt (SKU 55024) that the product may contain milk, which is not listed in the ingredient panel”.

Whole Foods:  10-ounce bags of Frozen Cascadian Farm Cut Green Beans. One package of finished product tested positive for the presence of Listeria monocytogenes. 

Date: Aug. 26, 2015

“MINNEAPOLIS, /PRNewswire/ — General Mills today announced a voluntary Class I recall of a limited quantity of frozen Cascadian Farm Cut Green Beans produced over two days in March 2014. The recall is being issued as a precaution after one package of finished product tested positive for the presence of Listeria monocytogenes. No related illnesses have been reported in connection with this product.

This voluntary recall is limited to 10-ounce bags of frozen Cascadian Farm Cut Green Beans with either of two “Better If Used By” dates printed on the package: 10APR2016 and 11APR2016″.