Product Recalls

  • Honeywell Recalls Eyewash Solution

    Approximately 9,700 32-ounce bottles with lot number F16091-61 are subject to recall. No other lot number of the product is subject to this recall.

    The company is making the recall in cooperation with FDA and indicated no injuries have been reported and it has not found any contamination in its batch testing, adding, "the voluntary recall is a precautionary measure due to a low risk of product contamination with Klebsiella pneumoniae.

  • FDA Rule Requires Registration of Food Facilities

    The rule makes electronic registration mandatory (with the availability of a waiver process) beginning Jan. 4, 2020. The next biennial registration period will be Oct. 1 through Dec. 31, 2016.

    Erwin C. Miller, chief of the Data Systems Integration Branch in FDA's Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition, says the measure supports FDA's ability to respond quickly to food-related emergencies.


News & Articles

  • Carhartt Announces Voluntary Recall of FR Sweatshirts

    "Test results indicate inconsistencies in the performance ratings of these industrial garments, and some of the garments may not currently meet the requirements of NFPA 2112 and NFPA 70E," the company's announcement stated.

  • Kohler Power Systems Recalls 7,000 Generators

    No injuries have been reported in connection with these generators, but consumers should immediately stop using the recalled generators and contact Kohler to schedule a free repair by the closest authorized dealer.

  • NHTSA Begins Car Safety Bus Tour

    The tour is intended to raise public awareness of the Takata airbag recall, vehicle recalls and how to search for them using NHTSA's Recalls Look-Up Tool, as well as tire maintenance, child safety seats, and heatstroke when children are left in hot cars.

  • More Than 500,000 Hoverboards Recalled

    Made in China, they've been recalled by eight manufacturers or importers, one retail store, and one online retailer because of the risk they can overheat and catch fire.

  • Don't Use These Winco Fountain Cones

    The company has received three reports of these fireworks spraying outward but no injuries have been reported. Consumers should immediately return the recalled fountains to the retailer where they purchased them for a refund or exchange.

  • E. Coli Concern Causes Major Flour Recall

    "As a leading provider of flour for 150 years, we felt it was important to not only recall the product and replace it for consumers if there was any doubt, but also to take this opportunity to remind our consumers how to safely handle flour," said Liz Nordlie, president of General Mills Baking division.


Videos

  • Tour Our Product Testing Lab

    For a recall to happen, a product needs to be found to be unsafe. But exactly what does that mean? In this December 2011 video, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission gives you an inside view. Meet the scientists. See some of the tests. Think about these tests when you buy and use consumer products.


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