December 2021 Recalls

December 2021 Recalls

American screening LLC issues a nationwide recall on 8oz bottles of Hand Sanitizer. American Screening is known for its quality drug testing solutions but is recalling one of its products due to its packaging. The Hand Sanitizer is packaged in a misleading water bottle shape. This can pose a risk for children and individuals who might mistake it for a water bottle. This product is categorized as a drug but is only intended for topical use. Unintentionally consuming this hand sanitizer can lead to major health problems, due to the high level of chemicals and alcohol toxicity it contains. American Screening LLC is advising consumers by email, to stop use immediately and return or discard all recalled Hand Sanitizers. If you have experienced any problems as a direct result of ingesting the hand sanitizer, contact your physician or healthcare provider as soon as possible. Consumers with questions about this recall can contact Wendy Laskowski at American Screening by phone, 318-606-6037 or email

Euro Foods Dba Citterio USA Corporation is recalling 119,091 pounds of Salame Sticks snacks with risk of Salmonella contamination.  Euro Food’s headquarters located in Freeland, Pennsylvania, are forced to recall about 119,091 pounds of Salame Stick products potentially contaminated by Salmonella. This finding was officially announced by the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS). The specific batch of 2-oz, premium Italian- style Salame sticks with “best by” dates through January 23, 2022, contain recalled items that can be identified by the “EST. 4010” written inside the USDA inspection emblem. Consuming food items contaminated with Salmonella can cause a bacterial illness. This illness is called salmonellosis, caused by consuming meats with harmful bacteria that were not killed during the heating process. Some symptoms associated with this food-borne illness include diarrhea, abdominal pain, vomiting, and or fever. Symptoms can begin 6 hours to 6 days after consumption of bacteria. Symptom severity can range depending on the person’s health status. If you have purchased this product do not consume. These products should be thrown away or a returned to the place of purchase. If you are an individual who is concerned about an illness related to this product contact your health provider immediately. If you have general questions about food safety, call the toll-free USDA Meat and Poultry Hotline at 1-888-MPHotline (1-888-674-6854) or live chat via Ask USDA from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday. If you would like to directly contact a member of FSIS Jack Collier, Congressional and Public Affairs chair, he can be reached at (202) 720-9113 or by email at

Hanna Andersson, a premium children’s clothing company recalls Baby Ruffle Rompers. The privately-owned children’s apparel company is recalling “Baby Ruffle Rompers”, as well as other items due to a choking hazard. This 100% cotton one-piece comes in various colors and designs, made in sizes from zero months to three years. This item is lined with metal button snaps to fasten the material together during use. The safety and quality of the snaps were questioned after consumers were noticing the buttons fall off the romper, causing a potential choking hazard for their babies. Small children who are the target market for these products are known to learn with their 5 senses. Putting foreign objects, the mouth is normal behavior for babies and toddlers. Metal buttons that are not secured to a baby’s clothing can be a huge risk for choking and overall safety. The recall number associated with this product is 22-710. Customers are urged to stop using recalled Ruffle Romper immediately and contact Hanna Andersson for a full refund. The company is offering paid postage labels to consumers for the return of the product and a full refund. Hanna Andersson is contacting all known purchasers directly. 

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