Recall Roundup: Thousands of flashlights and stuffed mini bagels

EAST PROVIDENCE, RI (WPRI) – Earlier this week, nationwide infant formula and BMW vehicle recalls were extended.

Here are two other reminders to be aware of:

Olight Ecommerce Technology has recalled more than 215,000 flashlights because they can be inadvertently turned on and overheat while in a person’s pocket or holster, posing a burn hazard, according to the US Consumer Product Safety Commission (CSPC).

The recall affects the M2R Pro and Warrior Mini flashlights, which are available in a variety of colors. They were sold on, and small stores nationwide from November 2019 to November 2021, the CPSC said.

The manufacturer has received 127 reports of accidental ignition of the flashlights, 22 of which caused burns, three of which were second degree.

Consumers should stop using the affected flashlights and contact Olight for a full refund in the form of store credit or a free replacement. The company can be reached at 888-889-6870 during weekday business hours or at [email protected]

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Damascus Bakery has also voluntarily recalled a large number of Bantam Bagels Classic Mini Stuffed Bagels due to an allergy hazard.

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) said the recall was issued due to “an incorrect item placed in the carton with an undeclared egg allergen.”

The bagels have been distributed to retailers nationwide and have an expiration date of May 27, 2023.

Consumers are urged to discard them and contact Bantam Bakery at 866-451-6744 to receive a replacement coupon.

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