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Ivanka Trump scarves and more: Recalls to watch

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Key recalls this week hit food and even Ivanka Trump's scarves.

The latest list includes:

Ivanka Trump scarves

Items recalled: GBG Accessories Group recalled about 20,000 scarves under the Ivanka Trump brand.

Why: The scarves failed to meet federal flammability standards, posing a burn risk to wearers.

More details: The recall involves two styles, including Beach Wave and Brushstroke Oblong. The scarves were sold in retail stores nationwide, including Century 21, Lord & Taylor, Marshalls, T.J. Maxx and Stein Mart, as well as online at Amazon and Loehmann's. They were sold from October 2014 through January 2016 for between $12 and $68. No injuries have been reported to date. Consumers may return the scarves to the place of purchase for a full refund. If the scarves were bought online, the retailer will be in contact with return instructions.

Read more about the recall here.

Emerald 100 calorie pack roasted and salted cashew halves and pieces

Items recalled: Snyder's-Lance issued a voluntary recall of Emerald 100 calorie pack roasted and salted cashew halves and pieces.

Why: The packs may contain small pieces of glass.

More details: The recall applies to the nuts contained within boxes under specific production codes. Consumers who bought the cashews should contact the company's consumer affairs department for a full refund by going online or calling its office.

Read more about the recall here.


Ikea children's bat cape costumes

Items recalled: Ikea issued a recall of 11,000 children's Lattjo bat cape costumes, including 750 in Canada.

Why: The fastener at the neck of the bat cape can be difficult to detach, posing a strangulation risk to wearers.

More details: Ikea received three reports outside of the U.S. of the fastener scratching children's necks as they tried to undo the bat cape. The capes were sold at Ikea stores nationwide and on its website from November 2015 through February 2016. Consumers are advised to take the cape away from children and return it to an Ikea store for a full refund.

Read more about the recall here.

Pilgrim's Pride chicken nuggets

Items recalled: The Texas-based poultry producer is recalling about 40,780 pounds of chicken nuggets. The recall affects the "Gold Kist Farms Fully Cooked Whole Grain Popcorn Style Chicken Patty Fritters."

Why: The chicken nuggets may contain pieces of plastic, according to several consumer complaints.

More details: The chicken nuggets were shipped to 13 states, including Arizona, California, Colorado and Florida. There have been no reported illnesses to date. Consumers may return the product to the place of purchase.

Read more about the recall here.


Michel et Augustin petites baguettes butter cookies dark chocolate

Items recalled: The Brooklyn, New York-based company is recalling 900 packages of its petites baguettes butter cookies dark chocolate.

Why: The cookies may contain undeclared hazelnuts, posing an allergy risk. Visible pieces of hazelnuts were seen on top of the cookies. An investigation found that some of the milk chocolate and hazelnut recipe was put into the dark chocolate packages.

More details: The cookies were sold in retails stores throughout New York City. The recall affects six packs only with a best before date of July 2016. No illnesses have been reported to date. Consumers are advised to return the cookies to the place of purchase for a full refund.

Read more about the recall here.


WD Import and Export dried yellow fish

Items recalled: WD Import and Export issued a recall of its boxes of unlabeled dried yellow fish.

Why: Routine testing by the New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets Food Inspection found a potentially fatal form of food poisoning.

More details: The fish is a product of China and sold in New York City. No illnesses have been reported to date. Consumers are advised to return the product to the place of purchase.

Read more about the recall here.

Wylwood frozen broccoli cuts

Items recalled: Alimentos Congelados issued a recall of 1,800 cases of its Wylwood frozen broccoli cuts.

Why: The broccoli may be contaminated with listeria, which can lead to potentially fatal infections in those with weakened immune systems. A test conducted by the Ohio Department of Agriculture confirmed the presence of listeria.

More details: The frozen broccoli was sold in 11 states, including Kentucky, Ohio, Tennessee and Virginia. Consumers are advised to throw the broccoli away and contact the company for a refund.

Read more about the recall here.


Continuum Labs LGD-Xtreme dietary supplements

Items recalled: Invisiblu International issued a recall of one lot of its Continuum Labs LGD-Xtreme dietary supplements, which claims to promote lean muscle gain.

Why: The dietary supplements contain LGD-4033, also known as Ligandrol, which has not been approved by the FDA.

More details: The recall only affects certain lot numbers with expiration dates of November 2018. The supplements were sold to consumers online and were also exported to wholesalers in Brazil. No illnesses have been reported. Adverse reactions to the product can be reported to the FDA's MedWatch Adverse Event Reporting program. Consumers can contact Invisiblu International by email or phone regarding questions about the recall.

Read more about the recall here.

Correction: This story was updated to correct the spelling of Invisiblu International.