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Capri Sun recalls thousands of juice pouches possibly contaminated with cleaning solution

Several other products, including infant swings, frozen pizza and King's Hawaiian rolls have been recalled in recent days.
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ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — It may be time to check your pantry, fridge, freezer and even your or a loved one's playroom or nursery. Several recalls are in effect nationwide and are affecting Florida. 

From Capri Sun to frozen pizza to pretzel buns to infant swings, here's everything you need to know.

Capri Sun recalls thousands of cases of wild cherry flavor

Kraft Heinz is recalling thousands of pouches of Capri Sun after some cleaning solution accidentally mixed with the juice on a production line.

The company said it’s recalling about 5,760 cases of Capri Sun Wild Cherry flavored juice blend. The “Best When Used By” date on the packages is June 25, 2023.

Kraft Heinz said the diluted cleaning solution is used on its food processing equipment. The company said it discovered that the solution had accidentally mixed with the juice after getting consumer complaints about the juice's taste.

The company said it is working with retailers to get the product out of circulation and off shelves. If you bought the affected Capri Sun, you shouldn't consume it and should return it to the store you bought it from for a refund.

The Associated Press contributed to this report. 

More than 2 million infant swings, rockers recalled after baby's death

More than two million infant swings and 220,000 infant rockers are being recalled after reports that one baby died and another was hurt after getting tangled in hanging straps. 

Pittsburgh-based 4moms is recalling about two million MamaRoo swings and 220,000 RockaRoo rockers in the U.S, the Consumer Product Safety Commission said Monday.

The recall notice said restraint straps on the swing and rocker can hang down when not in use. Infants crawling under the seat can then get tangled in the straps and potentially be strangled. 

4moms received two reports of infants getting caught in the hanging strap under the MamaRoo infant swing. One, a 10-month-old, died from asphyxiation. Another 10-month-old "suffered bruising to his neck before being rescued by a caregiver," the recall stated. No injuries or deaths were reported from the rocker. 

According to the recall notice, the swings and rockers were sold at BuyBuy Baby and Target stores nationwide from January 2010 through August 2022 for between $160 and $250. They were also sold online on 4moms.com and Amazon. 

You can find the full list of products affected here.

TEGNA's Val Lick contributed to this report.

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More than 13,000 pounds of frozen pizzas recalled over possible metal contamination

About 13,099 pounds of frozen Home Run Inn pizza is being recalled because there may be metal in the pizza, the USDA's Food Safety and Inspection Service announced Sunday.

The recall explains the pizzas may be contaminated with "extraneous materials, specifically metal." 

The company said it became aware of the issue after consumers reported finding metal in their pizzas. 

The recall is only for the 33.5 oz  "Home run Inn Chicago's Premium Pizzeria Deluxe Sausage Classic Pizza," with a best by date of Dec. 3, 2022.

The recalled product, which was produced June 6, has an establishment number "EST. 1848-A" inside the USDA mark of inspection.

No injuries have been reported, according to the release. Find more information about the recall here.

TEGNA's Melissa Hernandez De La Cruz contributed to this report.

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King's Hawaiian recalls pretzel products over possible bacteria contamination

King’s Hawaiian has issued a recall for its pretzel products due to concerns over possible bacteria contamination with an ingredient from one of its suppliers. 

The recall covers all King's Hawaiian Pretzel Slider Buns, Pretzel Hamburger Buns and Pretzel Bites products. According to the company, the move is a precaution after an ingredient used in the pretzel products was recalled by Lyons Magnus for possible contamination.

The recall doesn't impact any other King’s Hawaiian products. The company said it plans to resume producing pretzel products once it has confirmed the safety of all ingredients and made sure all the current product has been thrown out.  

For more information on this recall, click here.

TEGNA contributed to this report.

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