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RECALL ROUNDUP: Sunscreen, sandwiches and roll-on wax warming kits recalled

Consumer Product Safety Commission


Suntegrity sunscreen

Suntegrity Skincare has voluntarily recalled nine lots of its impeccable skin sunscreen foundation.

The Food And Drug Administration reported the bottles contain mold which could cause an allergic reaction and other symptoms.

The company says the affected bottles were sold in 2-oz. orange tubes in stores and on Suntegrity's website and retail stores nationwide.

The recalled products are:

  • Lot # 107IV in the shade Ivory exp. 4/05
  • Lot # 107NU in the shade Nude exp. 06/25
  • Lot # 109NU in the shade Nude exp. 10/25
  • Lot # 117BU in the shade Buff exp. 10/25
  • Lot # 113SA in the shade Sand exp. 06/25
  • Lot # 114SA in the shade Sand exp. 10/25
  • Lot # 106BR in the shade Bronze exp. 04/25
  • Lot # 101MO in the shade Mocha exp. 05/25

Suntegrity says the product's lot number can be found on the back of the bottle.

The recall is out of an abundance of caution and no adverse health effects have been reported, the company says.

Owners should throw the bottle away or return it for a full refund.

Classic Delight sandwiches

Ohio-based company Class Delight has recalled a limited number of individually wrapped sandwiches due to possible listeria contamination.

The company says 25 different sandwiches have been recalled ranging from burgers, turkey sandwiches, hot dogs and breakfast sandwiches.

The Food and Drug Administration reported the affected sandwiches were sold in seven states, including Missouri from May 11, 2023, to June 6, 2024.

Consumers are urged to throw the sandwiches away or return them for a refund.

Southern Telecom Ronn-on wax warming kits

The Consumer Product Safety Commission has recalled 19,500 wax warming kits made by Southern Telecom.

Regulators say the warmer's power cord can overheat, which poses the risk of a fire, burn and electrical shock hazards.

The recalled kits were sold at Ross and Burlington Coat Factory stores nationwide from April to October 2023.

The CPSC says owners can send the recalled kit to Southern Telecom for a full refund by writing "recalled" on the wax warmer with permanent marker, cutting the power cord and submitting a photo.

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