The following recalls have been announced:
_ About 56,450 Jardine Cribs, manufactured in China by Jardine Enterprises of Taipei, Taiwan, because the wooden slats can break and create a gap that can entrap or strangle the child. This is an expansion of a recall of 320,000 cribs last June. The company has received 19 additional reports of broken crib slats. A 22-month-old child fell through the gap created by a broken slat. No injuries have been reported. The cribs were sold at KidsWorld, Geoffrey, Toys "R" Us and Babies "R" Us stores around the country, as well as on babiesrus.com, between March 2004 and January 2009. Details: by phone at 800-646-4106; by Web at http://www.jardinecribrecall.com or http://www.cpsc.gov.
_ About 10,000 four-slice electric toasters, manufactured in China and distributed by Viking Range Corp. of Greenwood, Miss., because the wiring can come loose and pose a shock hazard. The company has received five reports of minor shocks when consumers touched the outside of a toaster. The toasters were sold on Viking's Web site and by culinary product retailers and online shops between April 2005 and November 2008. Details: by phone at 888-267-4460; by Web at http://www.vikingrange.com or http://www.cpsc.gov.
_ About 55,000 blue denim Passport jackets for girls, manufactured in China by Ms. Bubbles Inc. of Los Angeles, because they have drawstrings through the hood that could entangle or strangle children. No incidents have been reported. The jackets were sold at T.J. Maxx, J.C. Penney and Forman Mills stores around the country between August and December 2007. Details: by Web at http://www.cpsc.gov.
_ About 175 bicycles with RockShox Domain 302 and 318 bicycle forks, manufactured in Taiwan and imported by SRAM LLC of Chicago, because the forks can detach from the bicycle frames. The company has received one report of a minor injury in the United States and two international reports of incidents that didn't cause injuries. The bicycles were sold by specialty stores around the country between March and November 2008. Details: by phone at 800-346-2928; by Web at http://www.sram.com or http://www.cpsc.gov.
_ Domega International Ltd. Inc. of New York is recalling 200-gram vacuum-packed plastic bags of Guangdayuan brand dried sweet potatoes, imported from China, because they contain sulfites that are not listed on the label. This could be dangerous for some asthmatics and other sulfite-sensitive people. The bags of dried sweet potatoes were sold around the country. No illnesses have been reported. Details: by phone at 646-938-7345.