2011 September product recalls by topic

Now that we’ve moved into October, a full list of 2011 September product recalls have been posted online. The products are from a diverse range of industries, which include a cantaloupe recall, a Weehoo iGo bicycle pedal trailer and D100 lawn tractor recall by Deere & Co.

For those of you that are looking for a list of products recalled for last month, we’ve got a few sources for you. This includes the CPSC website, which features all the products that fall under their watch and this page shows all the September 2011 recalls. From what we can see, these include musical wooden table toys, a toy workshop from Little Tikes, bicycles from Bridgeway and bunk beds from American Woodcrafters. Most of the recalls are due to different types of hazards.

We also found a great list in this article, which shows a vast range of products in different topics. These include food products with food poisoning issues and undeclared ingredients, children’s product recalls that remind us how important it is to keep an eye on issues being reported. Other topics include clothing and toys from Pottery Barn, Twirlla, and Little Trikes.

The worst category affected by deaths was in the consumer section, although there were a few vehicle recalls from John Deere, Kubota, BMW, Kia, Subaru, SAAB, and Volkswagen. You can see a sample of the products recalled in the image below, and can see the full list here. Let us know if you have any questions about the recalls, were you affected?

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Written by Daniel Chubb

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