Johnson & Johnson is recalling 200,000 bottles of Motrin Infants formula due to the risk that they contain tiny plastic particles.
Chobani says it’s recalling some of its Greek yogurt cups that were affected by mold, a move prompted by reports of illnesses by some customers.
Chobani is pulling some of its Greek yogurt from supermarket shelves after hearing of “swelling or bloating” in cups.
Ford is recalling 370,000 cars due to potential corrosion to their steering shaft that may result in loss of steering. The cars include 2005 to 2011 Ford Crown Victoria, Mercury Grand Marquis and Lincoln Town Cars.
More than 25,000 stuffed Build-A-Bear products are being recalled this week because they pose a choking hazard to children. Other consumer products being recalled include more than 30,000 faulty car seat adaptors.
Several types of children’s clothing that fail to meet flame-resistance standards are among this week’s recalled consumer products. Others include baby blankets that pose a choking hazard and defective tea kettles.
General Motors Co. is recalling nearly 293,000 Chevrolet Cruze compact cars in the U.S. because the power-assisted brakes can fail.
IKEA beds with a potentially faulty guardrail are among this week’s recalled consumer products. Others include gas grills with a faulty ignition and light bulbs that pose a shock hazard.
Starting next summer, U.S. consumers will be able to search a giant database to find out if their cars or motorcycles have been recalled and if the vehicles have been fixed.
A line of toys that pose a choking hazard and knife sets with defective sheaths are among this week’s recalled consumer products. Others include youth beds and bicycles.
Ford Motor Co. is recalling 33,021 C-Max hybrid cars because they may not adequately protect occupants' heads in a crash.
A line of baby activity centers with an attachment that can hit and injure an infant are among this week’s recalled consumer products. Others include cribs with malfunctioning side-drop rails and portable electric generators with potentially leaky fuel tanks.
A line of baby bath seats that pose a drowning hazard and dehumidifiers that can overheat and spark a fire are among this week’s recalled consumer products. Other products recalled include jackets, LED lanterns, and electric smokers.
Digital dive computers that measure time and depth are being recalled this week because they can malfunction, posing a risk of drowning to divers.
Whole Foods Market Inc. is recalling Crave Brothers Les Freres cheese in response to an outbreak of a bacterial infection that has sickened people in several states and killed at least one person.
The Food and Drug Administration plans to detain shipments of pomegranate seeds from a Turkish company when they are offered for import into the U.S. because of a multistate outbreak of hepatitis A illnesses associated with a frozen-food blend containing pomegranate seed mix. Products linked to the illnesses have already been recalled.
Cars from Honda and Ford and blue cheese chicken dip are among this week’s recalled consumer products.
After initially defying federal regulators, Chrysler abruptly agreed Tuesday to recall some older-model Jeeps with fuel tanks that could rupture and cause fires in rear-end collisions.
Zydus Pharmaceuticals is recalling a single lot of the drug warfarin after receiving a complaint that some of the tablets are too large.
An Alabama-based company has issued a recall for about 1,800 pounds of beef jerky, saying the products are misbranded and don't include information about an allergen.
Chrysler Group is recalling 6,900 heavy-duty Ram pickup trucks from the 2012 model year because part of the front axle could fracture and cause them to lose power.
A line of children’s beds with defective mattress support rails and motorized shades with overheating batteries are among this week’s recalled consumer products.
General Motors Co. is recalling more than 27,000 Cadillac SUVs worldwide because the wheels can fall off.
Chrysler is recalling 469,000 Jeep SUVs worldwide because they can shift into neutral without warning on startup.
A line of portable heaters that can overheat and cause a fire are among this week’s recalled consumer products. Others include defective bicycle forks and riding lawn mowers.
Manda Fine Meats' deli and specialty meat products are returning to store shelves this weekend. Manda recalled nearly 490,000 pounds of products made at its Baker plant three weeks ago because of possible Listeria contamination, The U.S. Department of Agriculture said.
Nissan Motor Co. is recalling 123,308 Altima sedans because their spare tires may be over- or underinflated.
Honda is recalling nearly 46,000 Fit Sport small cars in the U.S. and Canada to fix a problem with the electronic stability control system.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture says a Louisiana-based meat packing company has expanded a recall of meat products because of possible bacterial contamination. No illnesses have been reported
Baby socks with decorations that can pose a choking hazard and handgun vaults that could fail to lock are among this week’s recalled consumer products. Others include propane cylinders with potential leaks and infant clothing with potentially faulty zippers.