Poppers Brand Mozzarella Sticks recalled after undeclared egg is found

PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WPRI) — Nearly 5.5 million bottles of liquid plummer are being recalled because the packaging is not child-resistant as advertised.

The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) says kids and easily open the bottle and come in contact with potentially dangerous chemicals.

The recall involves 3 Liquid Plumr products, all sold in 17 ounce bottles.

There have been 8 reports to the CPSC of bottle caps not working, and 221 reports of bottles leaking.

No injuries have been reported  but you should keep this item away from children and contact the Clorox company’s Liquid Plumbr call center for disposal and refund instructions.

IKEA is issuing another recall this week. This time it is more than 100,000 safety gates and safety gate extensions because the lock can open unexpectedly.  This could lead to children falling.

The company has received 55 reports of incidents and 10 injuries, including two concussions.

If you have these safety gates or the extensions, return them to an IKEA store for a refund.

Lastly, 5,000 cases of Poppers Brand Mozzarella sticks are being recalled because they were made with eggs without the mention of eggs on the packaging.

The problem was discovered during a quality check that revealed that the ingredient was mistakenly left off the packaging.

Anyone who has an allergy or sensitivity to eggs could suffer from a serious allergic reaction. No illnesses have been reported.

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