Maryland & Virginia March Product Recalls

The Associated Press announced several product recalls in Maryland and Virginia this month.

· Brighton Beach Candy, produced by Golden Chocolate International, has been recalled due to trace amounts of walnuts in the food product. One allergic reaction to the candy has already been reported by a consumer with a nut allergy. The candies, which are individually wrapped in foil, was sold in retail stores across Maryland.

· Crown Farms is recalling Gulsha frozen fish, which could be contaminated with salmonella. Packages sold in August of 2008 are being recalled, although no one has become ill from the product currently. The product was sold in Virginia stores.

· Almost 1 million solar system kits and DNA kits manufactured by FloraCraft Corporation are being recalled because of the kits’ dangerous lead content. The kits were sold in both Maryland and Virginia Wal-Mart, Michaels, and Hobby Lobby stores.

If you or a family member have been harmed by a defective product, you should consult an experience defective product attorney immediately.