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Recall Alert: Aunt Jemima, Chrysler and back massagers

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A popular food brand has issued a recall for some of its frozen breakfast meals after the company discovered a listeria contamination.

Pinnacle Foods Inc. has issued a voluntary recall for its Aunt Jemima frozen pancakes, waffles and French toast slices as a result of the contamination. At least 19 flavors are affected by the recall.

They include:

-- 14.5-ounce packages of Aunt Jemima lil gridlers blueberry with a UPC code: 019600054603

-- 14.5-ounce packages of Aunt Jemima mini pancakes with a UPC code: 019600054801

-- 12.5-ounce packages of Aunt Jemima French toast with a UPC code: 019600057703

-- 12.5-ounce packages of Aunt Jemima cinnamon French toast with a UPC code: 019600058908

-- 12.5-ounce packages of Aunt Jemima whole grain French toast with a UPC code: 019600059684

-- packages of Aunt Jemima buttermilk pancake low fat 14.5-ounce with a UPC code: 019600061007

-- 17.18-ounce packages of Aunt Jemima Homestyle waffle with a UPC code: 19600062004

-- 17.18-ounce packages of Aunt Jemima buttermilk waffle with a UPC code: 019600062103

-- 17.18-ounce packages of Aunt Jemima blueberry waffle with a UPC code: 019600062202

-- 17.18-ounce packages of Aunt Jemima low fat waffle with a UPC code: 019600062301

-- 14.8-ounce packages of Aunt Jemima blueberry pancake with a UPC code: 019600064701

-- 14.8-ounce packages of Aunt Jemima oatmeal pancake with a UPC code: 019600064909

-- 14.5-ounce packages of Aunt Jemima whole grain pancake with a UPC code: 019600066408

-- 14.8-ounce packages of Aunt Jemima buttermilk pancake with a UPC code: 019600068204

-- 14.8-ounce packages of Aunt Jemima Homestyle pancake with a UPC code: 019600069102

-- 60-count packages of Aunt Jemima club pancakes premium with a UPC code: 019600435907

-- 60-count packages of Aunt Jemima pancake Mexico

-- 5.5-ounce packages of Aunt Jemima French toast & sausage with a UPC code: 051000063915

-- 8 and 16-ounce packages of Hungry Man Selects chicken & waffles with a UPC code: 658276202903

No illnesses have been reported but customers are asked to return the food to the store for a refund. Consumers with questions can contact the company at 888-299-7646.

Meanwhile, HoMedics has issued a recall for about 400,000 back massagers that pose an electric sock hazard.

The company reports that the cords can break near the base of the massagers, exposing the wires. Those wires could then burn or shock someone.

The company has received 140 reports of shocks, burns or flames coming out of the massagers. Three models are affected by this recall, including 15 reports of injuries.

They include:

-- HHP-375H model Handheld Dual Node Percussion Massager with Heat is white with a gray handle or black with a gray handle. The massager has three sets of interchangeable nodes.

-- HHP-250 model Handheld Hot and Cold Massager is white with a gray stripe or gray with a blue stripe. The massager has three, five or eight interchangeable nodes.

-- PA-MH-THP model Handheld Compact Percussion Massager with Heat is white on the bottom of the base with gray on top. The massager has two sets of interchangeable nodes.

The massagers were sold at retail stores like Bed Bath & Beyond, Macy’s and Walmart nationwide between 2013 and this year for between $30 and $70.

Customers are asked to stop using the massagers and contact HoMedics for a replacement product at 888-803-0509.

Finally, Chrysler has issued a recall for 113,896 cars over an issue with the airbags.

The automaker reports that the sun visor, dashboard labels and owner’s manuals incorrectly indicate that the cars are equipped with frontal driver and passenger advanced air bags.

Because of that, the cars do not meet the requirements of Federal Motor Vehicle Standard 208 for occupant crash protection.

Chrysler will notify owners, who will need to take the cars in to have the sun visor labels, dashboard label and owner’s manual replaced for free starting on June 9.

Drivers with questions can contact the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration vehicle safety hotline at 1-888-327-4236.

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