Emergency recall of B&M, Amazon and eBay products over safety concerns

Several department stores have recalled items in recent days due to health and safety concerns. Among the stores affected are B&M, Amazon and eBay. The items were recalled due to various risks such as the product containing shards of glass, presenting a choking hazard, the risk of burns or a micro-bacterial risk.

In many cases, customers who purchased the product are asked to return it for a refund. Affected products include noodles, hair products, toys, jewelry and technology. Here’s a look at the latest product recalls for B&M, Amazon, eBay and others.

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Sau Tao ST Spinach Noodles

All 454g packets of Sau Tao ST Spinach Noodles are being recalled because they contain egg, which is not mentioned on the label. This means that the product poses a potential health risk for anyone allergic or intolerant to eggs.

Anyone who has purchased the product and has an egg allergy or intolerance is advised not to eat it and return it to the store for a full refund.

Parson’s Pickles Marinated Mussels

A certain batch of Parson’s Pickles pickled mussels sold only at B&M stores are being recalled because some jars contain glass fragments. The affected lot is 155g and has an expiry date of November 2024. The lot code is 38V and the lot number is 327.

Anyone who purchased the product is advised not to eat it, but instead return it to the store for a full refund.



Glass fragments were found in some jars of Parson’s Pickles pickled mussels sold in B&M stores

Baylis and Harding Goodness Kids Detangler

Baylis and Harding Goodness Kids Detangler is recalled due to microbacterial risk. When tested, a bacterial organism called pluribacter gergoviea was found present. Young children and those with existing health complications, such as a weakened immune system, are more susceptible to infections.

For this reason, the hair product does not comply with the Cosmetic Products Enforcement Regulations 2013 and is being recalled.

90 Magnetic Block Building Magnetic Bars

This product is being recalled due to the high risk of injury. In tests, the small magnets were found to have a magnetic flux greater than 50 kG²mm², in most cases greater than 110 kG²mm², more than double the maximum allowable limit.

Magnets could easily be swallowed and could cause serious internal injury. The product, which could be found on Etsy, has been removed from the site.

Gray portable battery for the G6, G5 and T5 e-bike model families

A portable Li-ion battery for the Greyp G6, G5 and T5 e-bike model families, with a sales period from February 2019 to January 2022, has been recalled. The product was identified as a fire hazard following a consumer incident, leading Greyp to voluntarily recall the product from end users.

UBCO 2×2 WRK Off-Road Utility Electric Motorcycle

This product has been recalled, it could cause a crash. This is because on certain UBCO 2×2 bicycles, the ring gear, a component of the wheel hub, can loosen during operation, causing abnormal contact between the gear and the hub motor. If this abnormal contact occurs while the bicycle is in motion, the affected wheel may seize without warning, causing an accident.

Baztoy flying ball

The Baztoy remote control flying balloon has been recalled because it has been identified as having a high chemical hazard and a risk of choking and injury. The product is powered by button cells which can be easily accessed and placed in the mouth and swallowed, posing a choking hazard to young children. It was sold on Amazon and has been removed, and users are urged to stop using this product immediately.

Five pairs of magnetic clip earrings

A set of five magnetic clip-on earrings was recalled because they pose a medium risk of being swallowed and causing injury. They were sold on eBay which removed the ad.

Fashionable Princess-J Cartoon Magnetic Earrings

A set of eight assorted pairs of magnetic earrings featuring bees, flowers, mushrooms, stars, hearts and snowflakes has been recalled because they pose a choking hazard. The product has been removed by eBay.

QUACOWW Wacky Tracks fidget toy

The product has been identified as posing a choking hazard due to small parts and does not have an age or warning label. Customers are asked to stop using the product immediately and Amazon has removed the listing.

Dancing Toy Robot Captain America Civil War

This Captain America toy has been recalled because it poses a burn hazard. During the tests, the heating of the product exceeded the permitted temperature limits. The product also failed the drop test and the product does not fully comply with the marking requirements of the relevant standard.

Users are asked not to use it and it has been removed from Amazon.

FGWAF Children’s LED Rechargeable Musical Phone

A rechargeable white electronic toy phone that resembles an iPhone has been recalled as it has been identified as posing a medium burn hazard. The construction of the product is insufficient, which means that if dropped, it may short-circuit and reach 54.9 degrees Celsius, which poses a risk to children.

It has been removed from Amazon.

Balance Frog Clever Game

The Libra Frog Intelligent Game has been recalled because it has been identified as posing a serious choking hazard because the product contains small parts that can be swallowed by a young child. The product also poses a risk of suffocation from the flexible plastic bags in which the toy accessories are supplied.

In addition, the product does not fully comply with the marking requirements of the relevant standard. The product was sold on Amazon, which removed listings for the product.

Scratch Meals Chicken and Vegetable Tikka Masala with Spicy Brown Rice

Scratch Meals Ltd recalls its Chicken and Vegetable Tikka Masala with Spicy Brown Rice because it contains a vitamin and mineral ingredient – niacin and zinc – which is not listed on the label, which may cause an adverse reaction in consumers . Symptoms caused by niacin and zinc typically include flushing, tingling, nausea, and diarrhea. The affected products weigh 380g and have an expiry date of March 27, March 28, March 30, March 31, April 1 and April 2.

Customers are advised not to eat the product and return it to the store where it was purchased for a full refund.

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