Certain whey protein bars have been recalled because they may contain “foreign material," including disposable hairnets, shrink wrap and parchment paper, according to a notice from the FDA.
U.S. health officials say consumers should not eat pre-cut cantaloupe if they don’t know the source.
A deadly salmonella outbreak linked to cantaloupes has expanded, with cases reported in 32 states and Canada.
Honda says the pretensioners — which tighten seat belts in place upon impact — may be missing a rivet. This means passengers may not be properly restrained in a crash.
The LAOION Children’s Cup, an 8-oz. insulated, stainless steel cup that comes in lilac, green, salmon and blue with matching silicone straws, has been recalled by the company due to a federal lead content ban violation, according to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC).
At least 43 people in 15 states have become sick after eating recalled cantaloupes included in a salmonella outbreak.
The Honda recall includes SUVs, minivans, Acuras and pickup trucks.
The batch of infused apple cider were sold at marijuana stores all around the state. The cans were reported to burst due to a missing ingredient.
IKEA has received dozens of reports of mirrors coming loose and falling off walls.
Two new companies have announced recalls of certain cinnamon applesauce products because they may contain high levels of lead. Here's what parents and caregivers should know.
Tyson is recalling thousands of pounds of its dinosaur “fun shaped” chicken because of a risk they’re contaminated with foreign matter.
Pet owners are encouraged to throw out the dog food products immediately.
The Yoocaa baby loungers were between $30 and $55 and “fail to meet the safety requirements" for infant sleep products, the CPSC said.
Toyota said the recall impacts certain RAV4 small SUVs in the U.S. due to a problem with batteries that can move during forceful turns and potentially cause a fire.
The FDA urged parents and caregivers to test their children for lead if they consumed WanaBana apple cinnamon fruit puree pouches.
Consumers should stop using 26 over-the-counter eye drop products over the potential risk of eye infections that could lead to vision loss, the FDA said.
The infant activity centers can detach or break with a child inside them, creating potential fall and injury hazards. Nearly 40 injuries have been reported.
The pressure cookers were recalled due to an issue that could lead to users getting burned, officials said.
The biometric gun safes “can be opened by unauthorized users, posing a serious injury hazard and risk of death," the CPSC said. They were sold nationwide with several different brand names.
Rolling candy has been recalled months after a 7-year-old child choked to death, when the product's rolling ball detached from its holder.