September 16, 2021

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Sunscreens, canned cat food stuff, bikes, Disney little one rattles recalled

SAN ANTONIO – KSAT 12 purchaser reporter Marilyn Moritz breaks down this week’s Recall Roundup, which include recalls for sunscreen, cat food stuff, bikes and toddler rattle sets.

Sunscreen Recall

Johnson & Johnson is recalling five of its spray sunscreens immediately after exams turned up reduced levels of a cancer-creating chemical.

Benzene, located at trace concentrations, can bring about cancer with repeated publicity.

The recall is for all dimensions and SPF stages of Aveeno Protect + Refresh and Neutrogena’s Beach front Defense, CoolDry Activity, Invisible Everyday Defense, and Ultra Sheer sunscreens.

The business is advising individuals to end using them. It is also presenting refunds and investigating how benzene traces got into the products.

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Cat Food stuff Recall

If your cat chows on Purina’s damp tuna entrees, look at the cans. Nestle Purina recalled particular Professional Strategy Complete Essentials tuna offered in three-ounce cans since they may well include bits of versatile black plastic that a pet could choke on.

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The “best by” day is June 2023, and the UPC is 38100-11197. The food items was bought at pet suppliers and on the web. The organization suggests customers really should toss out the foods and call their retailer for a refund or alternative.

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Bicycle Recall

Young ones bought a new bicycle? Academy Athletics + Outdoor is recalling 1000’s of Ozone 500 Elevate styles, each the pink and black versions for ladies and boys. The bikes can unexpectedly cease, triggering the rider to fall. Homeowners can consider the bikes again to the keep for a fix or a refund.

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Child Rattle Set Recall

Walgreens is recalling 54,000 child rattle sets. The Disney Newborn Winnie the Pooh 3-piece sets’ feet can detach and pose a choking possibility. Dad and mom can return them to the retailer for a refund.

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