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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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FDA To Expedite Release Of Recall Information Blog blog FDA to Expedite Release of Recall Information blog The public39s primary source for recall information is FDA39s weekly, web based Enforcement Report. Historically, only recalls that have already been classified into one of three categories based on the severity of the hazard have been listed in the FDA posting recall notices quickerTribune Review FDA to Expedite Food Recall NotificationsFood Safety Magazine Statement from FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb, MD, on new policy steps for strengthening public warning and Markets Insider all 4 news articles raquo

Caf Spice GCT Inc., Recalls ReadyToEat Chicken Salad Products Due To Misbrand...
Caf Spice GCT Inc., Recalls Ready To Eat Chicken Salad Products Due to Misbranding and an Undeclared Allergen press release WASHINGTON, Jan. 18, 2018 Caf Spice GCT Inc., a New Windsor, N.Y. establishment, is recalling approximately 289 pounds of chicken salad products due to misbranding and an undeclared allergen, the U.S. Department of Agriculture39s Food Safety and Duke Sandwich Productions, Inc. Recalls Ready To Eat Chicken Salad Products Due to MisbrandingUS Recall News press release all 2 news articles raquo

Recall Of Dairy Products Announced Region The Daily No...
The Daily Nonpareil Recall of dairy products announced Region The Daily Nonpareil Hiland Dairy has requested a voluntary recall of two products produced at its Omaha facility over concerns the products may contain milk protein that could affect those individuals that have. and more raquo

If You Buy Frozen Biscuits, Check For This Recalled Brand In Your Freezer Ch...
Charlotte Observer If you buy frozen biscuits, check for this recalled brand in your freezer Charlotte Observer Another recall, announced Jan. 2, involved frozen biscuits made by the T. Marzetti Company and sold under a number of product names. The Mary B39s recall involves frozen bagged biscuits in a number of sizes and styles and a long list of UPC codes. The Another frozen biscuit product is being recalled due to listeria concernIdaho Statesman all 30 news articles raquo

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