Hyundai cars, taco seasoning, Halloween gel clings recalled this week

McCormick taco seasoning
Food & Drug Administration photo

PROVIDENCE. R.I. (WPRI) — McCormick is recalling some of its taco seasoning products due to an unlabeled milk allergen.

The recall affects 24 oz. Club Size McCormick Original Taco Seasoning Mix with best by date codes between June 27, 2018, and September 16, 2018.

No other sizes of McCormick Taco Seasoning Mix or McCormick products are affected. A number of the dairy-free mixes were incorrectly filled with Original Taco Seasoning containing whey, which can cause hives, upset stomachs, vomiting, and in rare cases, anaphylaxis, in anyone that has a milk allergy.

To date, the company has received one notice of an allergic reaction related to the product.

If you have the product, you’re asked to throw it out.

Target is also recalling 127,000 units of LED gel clings over a choking hazard.

The recall includes six different Halloween-themed LED gel clings that come with two non-replaceable button cell batteries.

The gel clings can separate and expose the inner decal and battery compartment, posing choking and button battery ingestion hazards to children.

The six different gel cling designs are a green skeleton, a pink skeleton, a purple spider, a black cat, an orange pumpkin, and a black bat.

The clings were sold at Target stores nationwide from August 2016 through September 2016 for about $1.

Model number 234-25-0904 is printed on the gel cling’s packaging.

No injuries have been reported.

If you have any of the recalled gel clings, bring them back to Target for a full refund.

Lastly, Hyundai is recalling nearly 63,000 2015 and 2016 Sonatas and Sonata Hybrids because the panoramic sunroof panels could detach and fly off while driving.

The recall only affects cars with panoramic sunroofs.

The recall was issued after Hyundai received complaints about the sunroofs detaching.

The car maker is not aware of any crashes or injuries because of the defect.

Dealers will make repairs at no cost to the owner.

Hyundai will notify owners by mail in December about when to take their cars in for service.