Hyundai is recalling 239,000 cars in the U.S. because the seat belt pretensioners can explode and injure vehicle occupants. Three injuries have been reported, two in the U.S. and one in Singapore.
People in 12 states have reported salmonella illnesses linked to the peanut butter, the CDC said.
Ford Motor Co. has recalled 39,013 2021 Ford Expeditions and Lincoln Navigators after fires under the hood.
After the FDA confirms Abbott has met the initial requirements in the agreement, it has been reported that the company could get the plant back online within two weeks.
The Mercedes recall involves certain ML, GL, and R-Class vehicles between the 2006 and 2012 model years, officials said.
The problem was discovered when someone called to complain that their chicken breasts appeared undercooked.
In 26 states, 40-50% of major formula brands were sold out last week.
Documents posted with U.S. regulators found the a piece of the rear axle can fracture, allowing the SUV to roll away while in park.
Best Buy received dozens of reports from U.S. customers of the air fryer or air fryer ovens “catching fire, burning or melting.” There were two reports of injuries.
Babyganics has issued a voluntary recall of two products sold over the past two months at select U.S. retailers and will provide a refund to customers.
Ford is recalling over 650,000 trucks and SUVs due to issues with the windshield wipers that could cause them to fail.
As of mid-March, about 29 percent of popular baby formula brands were sold out across the U.S., according to one analysis.
Fears the housing can crack, leading to oil leaking on engine parts and a fire hazard were reported.
Unilever U.S. is recalling two Suave 24-Hour Protection Aerosol Antiperspirants after some samples were found to have "slightly elevated levels" of benzene.
The voluntary recall includes 9,353 cases of three Skippy peanut butter brands.
The FDA said the recalled Milk of Magnesia products and other medications could potentially cause intestinal distress such as diarrhea or abdominal pain.
The complaint alleges Ellume hasn’t refunded customers who bought their COVID-19 at-home test kits that were later recalled for higher-than-acceptable false-positive test results.
“FSIS is issuing this public health alert to ensure that consumers are aware that these products should not be consumed,” the agency wrote Friday.
According to the FDA, fragments from a cable used to clear the processing line were discovered in a limited amount of product.
U.S. safety regulators turned out a request from GM to avoid the recall. The company hasn't come up with a repair yet.