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May 21, 2006

About 2,800 Juicy Couture bracelets and necklaces, manufactured by Liz Claiborne Inc., because they contain high levels of lead.

The recalled pieces are charm bracelets and charm necklaces sold in pink boxes labeled "Made with Love G&P." A white sticker is printed on the bottom of the box and labeled YJRU0722, YJRU0723, YJRU0724 or YJRU0538.

Department stores nationwide sold the product between September 2005 and April 2006.

For a full refund, return the jewelry to the place of purchase. For more information, call the company at 866-879-7877 or visit or

About 700 Ibanez basses, distributed by Hoshino USA Inc. and Chesbro Music Co., because an improperly installed battery can cause internal damage and lead to a fire hazard.


There have been three reports of damaged basses, but no injuries. The recall involves 2005 and 2006 Ibanez Soundgear, Roadgear and Gary Willis series basses.

They were sold at authorized Ibanez dealers nationwide between March 2005 and March 2006. Consumers should visit their local Ibanez dealer for a free inspection and repair.

For more information, call 800-669-8262, or visit or

- The Associated Press

About 1,008 M&Ms brand menorahs, distributed by Masterfoods USA, because if a candle burns all the way down, the plastic in the menorah could catch fire. The company has received five reports of the menorahs smoldering or igniting.

Each of the menorah's candle holders resembles an M&M candy, and M&Ms characters hold Stars of David on each end. The M&M's World catalog, the online store at and M&M's World stores in Las Vegas and Orlando sold the product from November 2005 until December 2005.

Customers should stop using the menorahs and return them to Masterfoods USA to receive a full refund and a $10 gift certificate for any other M&Ms product.

For more information, call the company at 800-849-4867 or visit

About 21,000 jugs of All One Calcium Complex, a food supplement made by Nutritech Corp., because the product might contain undeclared milk products.

The Santa Barbara, Calif., company has received one report of a consumer suffering a severe allergic reaction that required hospitalization.

The product was distributed through mail order, retail stores and other distributors. It was sold in 8.5-ounce, white plastic jugs with a green label and bears expiration dates of March 2006 through June 2007.

Consumers with milk allergies should return the product to the place of purchase for a full refund. For more information, call the company at: 800-235-5727.

- The Associated Press

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