Rich Products is recalling more than two dozen products for possible E. Coli contamination.
That winter weather is not yet a distant memory, but its ugly legacy can live on for months, as KDKA-TV first reported in February.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission says 41,000 more freezers are being recalled, following a recall in 2010.
A variety of frozen appetizers are being recalled because of E-Coli concerns.
A popular type of LED light bulbs is being recalled because they could be a fire hazard.
Tri-Union Seafood is recalling some of its “Chicken of the Sea” products and Bumble Bee Foods is also recalling tuna products.
Bumble Bee Foods is recalling cans of Bumble Bee and Brunswick tuna.
Jerdon is recalling some of their one cup coffeemakers because they may overheat, causing burns and possibly starting fires.
A popular children’s scooter is being recalled.
A number of Nutri-Vet products are being recalled because of possible salmonella contamination.
BBU, Inc., the parent company of Bimbo Bakeries, initiated the voluntary recall because a flexible wire may have gotten through a faulty screen at a flour mill.
Kellogg’s is recalling boxes of its “Special K Red Berries” cereal, saying some boxes might contain glass fragments.
Nestle is recalling one of their Lean Cuisine frozen dinner products over safety concerns.
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission estimates that there are about 500 dishwasher fires in the country every year.
Triaminic and Theraflu products have been recalled for failing to meet child-resistant closure requirements.