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Product Recalls

Product recalls are issued by the government and/or a company on a product that has been determined to be a safety issue to the end user.  Such products include baby items that might be swallowed, grocery items that may contain bacteria or even automobiles that may have a safety defect.

Manufacturers issue product recalls at the request of government agencies such as the FDA or as the result of reports or studies validating a safety flaw in the product.  Manufacturers are usually reluctant to issue recalls because of the great expense of a recall and the acknowledgement of a safety issue with the product.  Voluntary recalls by a company are an attempt to protect the product end users from further harm and to limit the product liability the company may have as a result of negligence related to the product.

Federal and state consumer protection laws provide redress and other protections to consumers from potentially harmful products.  While manufactures may make voluntary recalls of defective products, some government agencies can call for compulsory recalls for seriously dangerous products.

 

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Company Recalls Thousands Of Poultry Product In Ohio Dayton Daily News
Company recalls thousands of poultry product in Ohio Dayton Daily News Approximately 4,805 pounds of poultry products will be recalled due to misbranding and undeclared allergens. The products are mislabeled as Chicken Chile Verde that contains milk and soy, but contain Turkey Meatloaf, which has additional allergens

Poultry Product Recall From Luvo, Blaine, Wash. Company KIROTV KIRO Seattle
KIRO Seattle Poultry product recall from Luvo, Blaine, Wash. company KIRO TV KIRO Seattle Luvo, a Blaine, Wash., company is recalling more than 4800 pounds of poultry products due to misbanding and undecleared allergens, the United States Chicken product recall includes Wisconsin The Star: Newshngnews.com all 2 news articles raquo

Muesli Product Recalled Due To Undeclared Almonds The Sentinel The Sentinel
The Sentinel Muesli product recalled due to undeclared almonds The Sentinel The Sentinel Giant Food Stores said it is following a recall by Seven Sundays LLC and removing from sale Seven Sundays Vanilla Cherry Pecan Muesli, which may contain and more raquo

Cornish Charcuterie Meat Products Recalled In Botulism Fear BBC News
BBC News Cornish Charcuterie meat products recalled in botulism fear BBC News Retailers have recalled meat products made by a Cornwall company because of concerns over potentially fatal bacteria. Chatsworth House, in Derbyshire, and Paxton amp Whitfield stores have removed products made by Cornish Charcuterie. The Food and more raquo

Discuss: Galaxy Note 4 Batteries Recalled, But Samsungaposs CNET
CNET Discuss: Galaxy Note 4 batteries recalled, but Samsung39s CNET It doesn39t take much to see the parallels between this and last year39s Galaxy Note 7 recall. Last year there were multiple reports of Note 7 devices bursting into flames leading to two separate product recalls. The culprit: faulty batteries. Since then Samsung Galaxy Note 4 batteries recalled for overheating riskABC2 News Samsung Galaxy Note 4 refurbished batteries get recalled due to overheating concernsTechCrunch Battery recall issued for another Galaxy Note smartphone, Samsung not at faultBlasting News Engadget GoodHousekeeping.com WPRI 12 Eyewitness News Consumer Product Safety Commission all 469 news articles raquo

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