Ford Recalls 570K Vehicles For Fire Risk, Door Latch TroubleFord is recalling more than 570,000 vehicles in North America and Europe to fix separate problems that can cause engine fires and doors to fly open unexpectedly.
Breaded Chicken Recalled Due To Possible Metal In ProductsAn Oklahoma food company is recalling more than 466 tons (422 metric tons) of breaded chicken because of possible metal in the food.
Defective Part Prompts Recall Of 80,000 EpiPensFour batches of EpiPens are being recalled because they may fail to activate or require increased force.
Hyundai Recalls 978,000 Cars; Seat Belts Can Come LooseHyundai is recalling nearly 978,000 cars in the U.S. because the front seat belts could detach in a crash and fail to hold people.
Feds Probe Listeria Outbreak Linked To Cheese; 2 People DeadAuthorities are investigating a multistate listeria outbreak linked to a recalled cheese that has sickened several people and killed two, in Connecticut and Vermont.
Mercedes Recalls 354,000 Vehicles; Starter Part Can OverheatMercedes is recalling about 354,000 cars and SUVs in the U.S. because a starter part can overheat and cause a fire.
Nearly 700,000 Baby Rattles Recalled Due To Choking HazardNearly 700,000 baby rattles are being recalled due to a choking hazard.
Ford Recalling 36,000 Vehicles For Takata Air Bag DefectFord Motor Co is recalling more than 36,000 vehicles in the U.S. and Canada because their air bags may not inflate properly.
Trader Joe's Recalling 3 Kinds Of Apple SauceTrader Joe’s is recalling three kinds of its unsweetened apple sauce due to concerns of glass pieces in the product.
More Products Added To Sargento Cheese RecallSargento has added more cheese products to a recall that was first announced on Feb. 10.
More Than 700K Baby Strollers Recalled Due To Fall HazardBritax is recalling more than 700,000 mounting components for a car seat-to-stroller conversion because it can unexpectedly disengage.
Restoration Hardware Recalls Metal Tables After Lead ReportsMore than 2,000 dining tables with metal tops are being recalled after reports of elevated blood lead levels in four children in Rhode Island and California.

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