The recalled NUK-branded baby bottles were not intended to be sold in the U.S., according to the Consumer Product Safety Commission.
Vi-Jon, LLC said it is aware of three reports of "serious adverse reactions potentially related to this recall."
Enjoy Life Natural Brands, sold in many major U.S. grocery stores, has expanded its recall of certain soft-baked cookies, chewy bars, and brownie bites due to potential plastic pieces.
CONSUMER ALERT: The recalled snack products have package dates between January and March of 2023.
The affected blueberries were distributed in 1.2-ounce packages through retail and online stores in the U.S., according to the FDA.
A North Carolina-based company is recalling certain dog treats after samples of the product tested positive for potentially harmful bacteria.
Studies have linked "forever chemicals" to several health issues, including increased cholesterol levels, high blood pressure and pre-eclampsia in pregnant women, developmental effects and cancer.
The Ford F-150 Lightning truck safety compliance recall covers 2,666 vehicles in the U.S. and 220 in Canada in the 2022 model year.
Wegmans Food Markets is recalling Vidalia Onions sold by the pound due to a potential contamination with Listeria, a bacteria that can cause a serious infection.
Six incidents of the lithium-ion batteries overheating and catching fire have been reported.
Toyota’s bZ4X vehicle was produced between March and June and is a key model in the automaker’s plans to strengthen its electric car lineup.
Daily Harvest announced that it received an undisclosed number of customer reports that the "French Lentil + Leek Crumbles has caused gastrointestinal issues."
The bottles failed to meet the Poison Prevention Packaging Act guidelines and could poison young children if swallowed.
Green Pharmaceuticals, Inc. is notifying retailers and customers to arrange replacements for the recalled product.
The recalled Wilton products, sold as Rainbow Chip Crunch Sprinkles And Rainbow Sprinkles Mix, were distributed to retailers across the U.S., officials said.
Paris Brothers, Inc. issued a voluntary recall for several of its cheeses that were sold in multiple states over listeria concerns.
Electrolux has received 185 reports of pieces breaking in the ice makers, which can then fall into the ice bucket and into a glass.
Seventeen people in three states have reported hepatitis A infections so far, and authorities have tracked the culprit to a certain brand of strawberries.
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.