Product recalls or notices announced recently. Details in most cases are at www.cpsc.gov and other sites or numbers listed.
About 3,600 BebeLove walkers that were sold for babies age 6 months or older. The walkers contain a plastic-covered foam padded seat with a plastic base and toy tray. Model 358 walkers have a green, pink or orange musical tray with a white toy bar and solid color seats. Model 368 have a green, pink or white musical tray with a yellow toy bar and patterned seats. Both models have white stoppers on the bottom of the base of the walker and model numbers on a label on the rear bottom inside of the base. "BEBELOVE" is printed on a label on the seat back and on the base of the walkers. They were sold in small retail stores out West and at Amazon.com and Overstock.com from November 2011 through July 2013.
The walkers failed to meet federal safety standards. Babies using these walkers can be seriously injured or killed. No incidents have been reported.
Details: 888-464-1218; online at www.bebeloveusa.com.
Nestle is recalling two of its Hot Pockets products as part of a larger meat recall. The foodmaker said it is recalling an un- specified number of "Philly Steak" and "Croissant Crust Philly Steak and Cheese" Hot Pockets in certain sizes.
Nestle says the products may have been affected by a recent meat recall by Rancho Feeding Corp., which is recalling more than 8.7 million pounds of beef products after regulators said it processed diseased and unhealthy animals without a full inspection. The Department of Agriculture says the products were unfit for human consumption. No illnesses have been reported. Nestle says a small quantity of meat from Rancho was used at a California facility that makes Hot Pockets.
Augusta-based Club Car is recalling about 1,800 golf carts because of a safety issue that can put passengers at risk of falling out of the vehicle.
Various sizes, models and colors of 2012 Precedent 12 golf and transport vehicles are being recalled. The hip restraint on the passenger side can fracture, which puts passengers at risk for a fall. The vehicles were sold nationwide in February 2012 for between $5,000 and $8,000.
Club Car said it has received one report of an injury.
Consumers should stop using the vehicle and contact Club Car for a free replacement of the restraint.
Details: 800-227-0739, ext. 3831; www.clubcar.com.
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