Michael’s is recalling about 425,000 artificial poinsettias because mold can be present on the stems and bushes, posing a risk of respiratory or other infections in consumers with compromised immune systems, damaged lungs or an allergy to mold. The recall involves Ashland brand artificial poinsettia flowers sold in single stems and bushes. Affected units were sold at Michaels stores nationwide from October 2015 through November 2015 for about $4 for the stem and $7 for the bush. Consumers should immediately stop using the poinsettia flowers and return them to any Michael’s store for a full refund.
Nuna Baby Essentials is recalling about 5,600 high chairs because the arm bar can bend or detach during use, posing a fall hazard to children. The recall involves Nuna ZAAZ high chairs. These high chairs look like regular kitchen table chairs and have removable trays, arm bars, footrests, seat pads and harnesses so that they can convert into toddler chairs. Affected units were sold at Albee Baby, Giggle, Magic Bean, Nordstrom and other specialty stores nationwide and online at nuna.eu and wayfair.com and other online retailers from February 2013 through November 2015 for between $250 and $300. Consumers should immediately stop using these recalled high chairs and contact the firm to receive a free new arm bar and instructions on how to replace it.
Dollar General is recalling about 27,000 toy trucks because the toy’s remote control can short circuit, causing it to overheat and posing fire and burn hazards. The recall involves
a toy excavator and a shovel loader. Affected units were sold at Dollar General stores nationwide and online at dollargeneral.com from July 2015 through December 2015
for about $10. Consumers should immediately take the recalled toy vehicles away from children and contact Dollar General for a full refund.
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