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Cracker Barrel Recalls Votive Candles

September 26, 2013

BBQ SKU can break and cause fire hazard.

The latest recall in conjunction with the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) involves BBQ Ant Votive Candle Holders, sold exclusively at Cracker Barrel Old Country Store locations nationwide from May 2013 through June 2013 for about $6.
 
According to the recall, the decorative ant’s arms, used to hold up the votive cup, can break. If this happens, a lit candle can tip over or fall out, posing fire and burn hazards. About 7,900 units were sold, and the products were manufactured in China.
 
The words “Backyard BBQ” and “Glass Votive Holder” are printed on the front of the packaging. SKU number 426154 can be found on the underside of the packaging.
 
Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled votive candle holders and return them to any Cracker Barrel Old Country Store location or mail to Mercuries Asia USA, Ltd., 1501 Gary Street, Bethlehem, PA 18018 for a full refund, including shipping.
 
 
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