Europe briefs: Noodle dish recalled; it might contain milk
A packaged noodle dish sold at the Army and Air Force Exchange Service, as well as other retailers, is being recalled by the company that produces it because it might contain milk.
Knorr-Lipton Pasta Sides Chicken-Fettucini in a Savory Chicken Flavored Sauce, is sold in a 4.3-ounce package. It carries a UPC code of 0 41000 02246 3 and best-by-date codes of Sept. 11-14, 2007 or Sept. 20, 2007.
Milk was not listed as an ingredient on the packages. People who are not allergic to milk might choose to disregard the recall notice. Those wishing to contact the company for a refund can dial (866)-839-7162.
ThinkPad notebook batteries recalledThe distributors of rechargeable lithium-ion batteries used in ThinkPad notebook computers are voluntarily recalling them due to a potential fire hazard.
Consumers are urged to stop using the batteries and contact Lenovo Inc. at www.lenovo.com/batteryprogram for replacements.
The batteries, distributed by Lenovo Inc. and IBM, were manufactured by Sony. They were sold for use with the T series (T43, T43p, T60), R series (R51e, R52, R60, R60e) and X series (X60, X60s). They carry the following part and model numbers: 92P1072, 92P1073, 92P1088, 92P1089, 92P1141, 92P1142, 92P1169, 92P1170, 92P1173, 92P1174, 93P5028, 93P5030.
They were sold separately as accessories and with the notebook computers themselves.
The Army and Air Force Exchange Service sold T43 and R52 models. All the models were sold via the Internet or at retailers between February 2005 and September 2006.