Tide Pod Craziness Returns, New Recall Across Montana

I think I am just going to give up for this week.  Seriously.  My milk is under scrutiny.  The cereal that I want to pour that milk over is facing a lawsuit.  I can't sprinkle cinnamon on my toast.


And now, the one chore that I actually don't mind doing has come back around to needing more warnings for it.  It's like living a bad country song, but instead of losing crops and my dog, it's a couple of vices and a chore I still enjoy.

These Stores Are in Pretty Much Every City Across Montana

In a new press release on April 5, 2024, from Proctor & Gamble, they announced that they would be doing a voluntary packaging recall of Tide Pods, Gain Flings, Ace Pods and Ariel Pods liquid laundry detergent packets packaged in flexible film bags.

Proctor & Gamble Website
Proctor & Gamble Website

The recall doesn't affect the pods on their own, but rather the actual packaging that they are in.  The recall only is for bagged pods but covers many different variances of the 4 main products.

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Where They Were Sold and What to Check for in Montana

In the announcement, P&G said that the "Affected packages were sold at Big Lots, CVS, Family Dollar, Home Depot, Sam’s Club, Target, Walmart, and other major stores nationwide, and online at Amazon.com and other websites from September 2023 through present for between $5 (one 12 ct. bag) and $30 (four 39 ct. bags in a box)."

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To see if your bag is on the recall list, the full lot numbers of those affected can be found here.  Consumers can take a photo of the affected bag and the lot number to be submitted and then be included in the refund.

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