Tattoo inks were recalled Wednesday after officials discovered they were contaminated with bacteria that could lead to serious infections or health issues.
Deshi Distributors issues recall for certain ‘golden raisins’ packages due to ‘undeclared sulfites’: officials
A recall was issued Friday for certain packages of Deshi “Golden Raisins” due to the presence of “undeclared sulphites” that could pose a dangerous allergy risk, officials said.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on Monday said there are 196 reported cases of E. coli linked to ground beef across 10 states.
Igloo Products Corp. announced Wednesday it was recalling about 60,000 marine elite coolers because the stainless steel latch can automatically lock while the lid is closed, possibly trapping and suffocating a person inside the container.
The meat producer said it has concerns that some products might be contaminated with pieces of metal.
The notice impacts roughly 324,000 trucks in the United States.
The coffee chain received nine reports of the plunger’s knob breaking resulting in lacerations or injuries.
The company says a bushing can fail, causing the shifter cable to come loose from the transmission. That means when a driver shifts to park or another gear, the gear may not change and the car could roll away.
The recall was issued for Mazda 3 compact cars in the U.S.
At least nine states have been affected by the salmonella outbreak.
The recall notice came days after Fisher-Price and the U.S. CPSC jointly issued an alert warning parents to stop using the sleepers when their infants displayed the capacity to roll over.
The notification affects trucks that were serviced after a prior recall.
The announcement comes as Ford looks to hasten work on a global overhaul of its operations.
The two South Korean companies have recalled roughly 2.3 million vehicles over the issue.
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.