Published: Aug 24, 2010 8:05 PM EDT
Updated: Aug 25, 2010 4:31 AM EDT

The following recalls have been announced:

— About 11,000 Beaba Express steam bottle warmers, manufactured in China and imported by Williams-Sonoma Inc. of San Francisco, because they can allow liquids and baby food to overheat, posing a risk of burns. The company has received 10 reports of overheated bottles, including one report of an adult's finger being burned. The warmers were sold at Williams-Sonoma stores around the country, as well as through the company's website and catalog, from June 2010 through July 2010. Details: by phone at 877-548-0850; online at http://www.williams-sonoma.com/ or http://www.cpsc.gov.

— About 500 infant and toddler hammocks, manufactured in Malaysia by MamaLittleHelper LLC of Frisco, Texas, because the shifting or tilting of the hammock can trap the infant against the fabric or mattress pad, posing a strangulation hazard. The company has received three reports of unbalanced hammocks, but no reports of injuries. The hammocks were sold at www.mamalittlehelper.com from May 2008 through February 2010. Details: by phone at 866-612-9986; online at http://www.mamalittlehelper.com/recall.htm or http://www.cpsc.gov.

— About 18,450 Char-Broil vertical gas smokers, manufactured in China and imported by Char-Broil LLC of Columbus, Ga., because gas can build up inside the smoker under certain circumstances. This could cause an explosion that bursts the smoker's door open. The company has received five reports of doors bursting open, including reports of burns to face and head, head concussion and cuts. The smokers were sold at Walmart and other stores nationwide from March 2008 through June 2010. Details: by phone at 866-671-7988; online at http://www.charbroil.com or http://www.cpsc.gov.

— About 380,000 pounds of various deli meat products, made by Zemco Industries of Buffalo, N.Y., because they could be contaminated with listeria, an organism that can cause serious and sometimes fatal infections in young children, frail or elderly people, and others with weakened immune systems. No illness has been reported. The deli meats were sold by Walmart stores nationwide. Details: by phone at 479-290-4714.

— Natural Wellness Inc. of Deerfield Beach, Fla., is recalling one lot of MasXtreme supplement single-capsule blister packs, because they could contain a compound that is chemically similar to the active ingredient in an FDA-approved erectile dysfunction drug. This compound could interact with nitrates found in some prescription drugs for diabetes, high blood pressure, high cholesterol or heart disease. If the active drug ingredient interacts with nitrates, it could cause blood pressure to drop to dangerous levels. No incidents have been reported. The supplements were available nationwide. Details: by phone at 954-570-6662.

— Azteca Linda Corp. of Brooklyn, N.Y., is recalling two cheese products, "queso fresco," or fresh white cheese, and "queso hebra," or fresh white string cheese, sold under the Queso El Azteca brand with expiration dates of Sept. 11, 2010, because they may be contaminated with listeria. No illness has been reported to date. The queso fresco was sold to two distributors in Providence, R.I., in a plastic clamshell container with UPC 0 23986 92692 8. The queso hebra was distributed in Brooklyn and Staten Island, N.Y., as well as Providence packed in a vacuum-sealed plastic bags with no UPC. Details: by phone at 718-418-7459.