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Recall Roundup: Granola recalled for undeclared cashews; herb product not approved

Among the recalls late last week are granola and a product with therapeutic claims.

Birdseed Food Co. recalled Craft Granola Goldenola Turmeric & Ginger that was sold between October 2018 and Feb. 7 due to undeclared cashews. The product is safe for those who do not have nut allergies.

The granola was distributed in Pennsylvania retail stores, as well as online. The product is sold in yellow bags with net weights of 11 and 3 ounce. No illnesses have been reported.

The company said the mislabeling of the product happened upon getting new packaging in October, and the firm became aware of the issue via a customer email, according to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.

provided by FDA 

McDaniel Life-Line LLC is recalling its Indian Herb product for unapproved use and discovery of caustic nature.

The FDA also announced that McDaniel Life-Line LLC is recalling all lots of Indian Herb, because the product was marketed without an approved New Drug Application or Abbreviated New Drug Application.

The FDA said there were therapeutic claims made in the labeling of the product, establishing that it is a drug intended to affect the structure or any function of the body.

The product also contains ingredients that the agency has determined to be caustic and can cause serious injury, according to the FDA. Use of the product could result in temporary or permanent damage or loss of body function, and the company has received a report of one injury.

The FDA said the product can be taken internally or applied externally to abnormal skin growths, and it is packaged in six dram vials. The affected product was distributed via the internet in the United States, as well as Italy, Canada, Australia and Poland.

Customers with questions can contact McDaniel Life-Line at 806-647-1471 or

Sentinel police log

State Police at Newport (717-567-3110)

  • Dylan Walter Naugle, 25, of Elliottsburg, was charged with felony strangulation, misdemeanor furnishing liquor to a minor and multiple counts each of unlawful contact with a minor, corruption of minors, indecent assault, indecent assault forcible compulsion, indecent assault of someone younger than 16, after an investigation into the assault of a 15-year-old girl in Oliver Township on Jan. 27. He is in Perry County Prison unable to post $50,000 bail.
  • Travis Mutzabaugh, 20, of Duncannon, was charged with strangulation, simple assault and harassment after a domestic incident in the first block of Amanda Boulevard, Wheatfield Township, at 9:45 a.m. Jan. 22. Police said Mutzabaugh entered a man’s home and choked him. He was arrested that day, and bail was set at $10,000 unsecured.
  • One person was injured in a one-vehicle crash on Newport Road near Narrows Road, Miller Township, at 7:09 p.m. Jan. 31. Police said Philip W. O’Donnell, 76, of Newport, was driving a 2008 Dodge Grand Caravan west on Newport Road when he lost control of the vehicle on a right turn, crossed the oncoming lane, struck a guardrail, crossed both lanes of traffic again and struck a wall. He was transported by Newport EMS to UPMC Pinnacle West Shore for unknown injuries.
  • One driver was transported to the hospital after a two-vehicle crash on Rambo Hill Road near Spring Road, Carroll Township, at 4:27 p.m. Jan. 29. Police said Kendra K. Noss, 23, of Shermans Dale, was driving a 2010 Ford Taurus when she struck a vehicle in front of her, a 2012 Nissan Rogue, driven by Jason A. Heenan, 38, of New Bloomfield. Heenan reported neck pain and was transported to Geisinger Holy Spirit Hospital. Noss was cited for speeding.
  • Two people were transported to Geisinger Holy Spirit Hospital after a two-vehicle crash on Valley Road, Rye Township, at 6:55 a.m. Jan. 28. Police said Dezarae L. Leonard, 25, of Shermans Dale, was driving a 2002 Chevrolet Blazer uphill on Valley Road, when she hit ice and traveled into the other lane, hitting a 1998 Chevrolet Blazer head-on. Both the driver and passenger of the second vehicle — David B. Trimmer, 58, of Marysville, and Bonnie K. Trimmer, 64, of Marysville — suffered suspected minor injuries and were transported by Shermans Dale EMS to the hospital.
  • Someone removed aluminum wiring from a rental property in the first block of Notch Road, Watts Township, between 5 a.m. and noon on Jan. 15.
  • Several items, including a $20 bill, two Rutter’s gift cards and an iPad, were stolen from a vehicle that was parked on Ann Street, Duncannon, between Feb. 3 and Feb. 5. Police seek information.

Sentinel area fire calls for Feb. 10

Sunday, Feb. 10

4:07 a.m.: first-alarm structure fire, Hidden Noll Road at Dawn Drive, North Middleton Township; North Middleton, Carlisle Fire & Rescue

10:07 a.m.: auto accident, Route 581 west, Camp Hill; West Shore, Camp Hill

11:31 a.m.: first-alarm structure fire, South Market Street, Mechanicsburg; Lower Allen, Upper Allen, Citizens-Mechanicsburg, Washington, Hampden, Silver Spring, New Kingstown, Navy Base

1:18 p.m.: auto accident, Ohio Avenue, Lemoyne; West Shore

3:03 p.m.: carbon monoxide detector, Walnut Bottom Road, South Middleton Township; Union

4:07 p.m.: automatic fire alarm, North Hanover Street, Carlisle; Union, Carlisle Fire & Rescue

4:25 p.m.: carbon monoxide detector, Westpoint Drive, Middlesex Township; North Middleton

4:37 p.m.: automatic fire alarm, St. Johns Church Road, Hampden Township; Hampden

6:27 p.m.: automatic fire alarm, Sprint Drive, South Middleton Township; Union, Carlisle Fire & Rescue

6:58 p.m.: automatic fire alarm, Raven Hill Road, Upper Allen Township; Upper Allen

9:39 p.m.: first-alarm structure fire, Shippensburg Road, Hopewell Township; Friendship Hose, Newburg-Hopewell, Vigilant Hose, Cumberland Valley Hose, West End

9:50 p.m.: auto accident, Gettysburg Road, Lower Allen Township; Lower Allen

9:12 p.m.: auto accident, Interstate 81 south, Middlesex Township; New Kingstown, Union, Carlisle Fire & Rescue

Monday lottery

Pick 2

Midday — 3-7

Straight — $50

Boxed — $25

Evening — 2-0

Straight — $50

Boxed — $25

Pick 3

Midday — 2-5-8

Straight — $250

Boxed — $40

Evening — 4-1-9

Straight — $250

Boxed — $40

Pick 4

Midday — 9-8-3-7

Straight — $2,500

Boxed —$100

Evening — 8-2-6-9

Straight — $2,500

Boxed —$100

Pick 5

Midday — 7-1-7-1-7

Straight — $50,000

Boxed — $5,000

Evening — 9-6-8-3-7

Straight — $50,000

Boxed — $425

Wild Ball

Midday — 6

Evening — 2

Treasure Hunt


1 player matched 5, receiving $44,000

66 players matched 4, receiving $100

1,860 players matched 3, receiving $6

14,036 players matched 2, receiving $1

Jackpot— $10,000

Cash 5


No player matched 5

107 players matched 4, receiving $182

3,137 players matched 3, receiving $10.50

35,746 players matched 2, receiving $1

Jackpot — $800,000

Match 6


Jackpot — $960,000

Today in History

Today is Tuesday, Feb. 12, the 43rd day of 2019. There are 322 days left in the year.

Today’s Highlight in History:

On Feb. 12, 1999, the Senate voted to acquit President Bill Clinton of perjury and obstruction of justice.

On this date:

In 1909, the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People was founded.

In 1912, Pu Yi, the last emperor of China, abdicated, marking the end of the Qing Dynasty.

In 1914, groundbreaking took place for the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C. (A year later on this date, the cornerstone was laid.)

In 1959, the redesigned Lincoln penny — with an image of the Lincoln Memorial replacing two ears of wheat on the reverse side — went into circulation.

In 1973, Operation Homecoming began as the first release of American prisoners of war from the Vietnam conflict took place.

In 1980, the FBI announced that about $5,800 of the $200,000 ransom paid to hijacker “D.B. Cooper” before he parachuted from a Northwest Orient jetliner in 1971 had been found by an 8-year-old boy on a riverbank of the Columbia River in Washington state.

In 1993, in a crime that shocked and outraged Britons, two 10-year-old boys lured 2-year-old James Bulger from his mother at a shopping mall near Liverpool, England, and beat him to death.

In 2008, General Motors reported losing $38.7 billion in 2007, a record annual loss in automotive history, and offered buyouts to 74,000 hourly workers.

Five years ago: Legislation to raise the U.S. federal debt limit and prevent a crippling government default cleared Congress.

Today’s Birthdays: Author Judy Blume is 81. Rock singer Michael McDonald is 67. Actor Josh Brolin is 51.

Thought for Today: “Determine that the thing can and shall be done, and then we shall find the way.” — Abraham Lincoln (1809-1865).

Associated Press

Police investigate robbery at Pizza Hut in Carlisle

Carlisle Police say they are looking for a white man after a robbery at Pizza Hut on East High Street on Saturday.

Police said they were dispatched to Pizza Hut at 2:21 p.m. Saturday after a caller reported that a man robbed the restaurant, took an undisclosed amount of money and fled on foot.

Police determined that no weapon was displayed by the robber during the robbery.

The man is described as about 5-foot-7, wearing a red sweatshirt, gray sweatpants, brown boots and sunglasses.

Police ask anyone with information to contact them at 717-243-5252.

Jason Malmont, The Sentinel 

Boiling Springs’ Nick Kostyak, center, controls Bermudian Springs’ Alijah Wheeler, left, during their 170 pound match in the District 3 Class 2A third-place match Saturday afternoon at Milton Hershey High School.