Henry Avocado Corporation said its voluntary recall is out "of an abundance of caution."
There have been no reports of adverse reactions to the consumption of these foods, the Agriculture Department said Thursday.
The EPA described the recall as voluntary.
There have been no reported cases of salmonella, which has symptoms of diarrhea, fever, abdominal pain and sometimes vomiting.
The Chef Boyardee products may have traces of milk or wheat that are not declared on their labels.
The products in question were produced between Dec. 7, 2018 and Feb. 15, 2019.
The distributor of the veggies said nine states could be affected.
Anyone with a wheat allergy, celiac disease or sensitivity to gluten and wheat should not eat the cereals.
The maker of the herbal water said it has received one report of an infant having difficulty.
The automaker said that an investigation had revealed a steering linkage nut could come loose, potentially causing a loss of steering control for drivers.
It's a stumble for the carmaker who was banking on the new Ranger and other upgrades to help turnaround sales.
Hill’s Pet Nutrition has recalled 25 products over concerns about excessive levels of vitamin D.
Some customers said they found rubber pieces inside their nuggets.
The grocer says the products may contain contaminated baby spinach.
The recall is for Gold Medal unbleached flour.
The meat giant says the nuggets may contain wood contamination.
The automaker recalled the vehicles due to potentially deadly Takata front passenger air bag inflators.
The recall was issued because of problems with the engine block heaters.
Tris Pharma recalled several lots after finding that it may contain a higher concentration of ibuprofen.
The CDC told consumers to throw out any romaine lettuce they may have already purchased.