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Recall Alert: Honda, rice and green bean casserole

Food recall

Honda Motors has issued a recall for nearly 650,000 cars over an issue with the back seats. The automaker reports that the release lever on the second row might stay in the unlocked position when it’s moved to let passengers get in the third row. This can cause serious injuries in the event of an accident.

The 2011-2016 Odyssey vehicles are affected by this recall. Honda will notify owners and then dealers will install an additional bracket and spring for free. The recall number is KD5 and it is expected to begin on Jan. 23.

Customers with questions can call Honda’s customer service at 888-234-2138.

Meanwhile, Texas Best Proteins and Farm to Market Foods have issued a recall for two of its products over misbranding. The company reports there may be undeclared peanuts in 25,332 pounds of its Cajun Style Dirty Rice.

The recall stems from the Worcestershire sauce used in the food. The following products are affected by this recall:

-- 32-ounce trays of Cajun Style Dirty Rice

-- 32-ounce trays of Cajun Style Dirty Rice within the boxes of Cajun Turkey Dinner kits

The rice was sold in grocery stores throughout Texas. It has an establishment number Est. 950 in the USDA mark of inspection. There have been no confirmed reports of illnesses but customers should throw the product out or return it to the store for a refund.

Farm to Market Foods has issued a similar recall for 26,506 pounds of green bean casserole for undeclared ingredients. The casserole was sold individually and in dinner kits in Brookshire grocery stores across Texas.

The following products are affected by this recall:

-- 32-ounce trays of Holiday Smoked Turkey Dinner Kit

-- 32-ounce trays of Holiday Ham Dinner Kit

The green bean casserole was also sold in bulk in delis.

No illnesses have been reported but customers should throw the product out or return it to the store for a refund. Customers with questions on either of those recalls can call 940-468-7185.

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