Hundreds of thousands of Ellume tests were recalled due to a manufacturing issue.
Affected products were shipped to pet stores nationwide.
Volvo is recalling nearly 260,000 older cars in the U.S. because the front driver’s air bag can explode and send shrapnel into the cabin.
Some frozen DiGiorno pizzas are being recalled after it was discovered they were mislabeled and could pose a threat to consumers with a soy allergy.
Snorkels sold exclusively at Costco are being recalled amid reports that the products can leak and pose a drowning hazard, U.S. officials say.
3.3 million Boppy products have been recalled after at least eight infant deaths were reportedly tied to the company's newborn loungers.
Several brands of kale sold in nearly a dozen states have been recalled over concerns of listeria contamination, the FDA said.
Traces of salmonella, listeria were revealed during testing, according to the FDA.
Razor issued a recall for 237,000 lithium-ion GLW battery packs.
The FDA said inspectors found a pet food company’s food safety program to be inadequate, alleging that more than 130 deaths and 220 illnesses in dogs may have been caused by the dog food brand.
Affected Hostess products were sold to distributors, convenience stores, retail stores.
51,000 packages of Simply Nourish dog food have been recalled due to high levels of vitamin D that may cause serious health problems in dogs.
Whole Foods, Food Lion and Meijer are among major retailers that sold the recalled shrimp.
Automaker Stellantis is recalling more than 260,000 Ram trucks over a potential hazard caused by side-curtain air bags.
European infant formula has been recalled after not meeting U.S. FDA nutrition requirements.
A food processor has issued a voluntary recall for frozen, raw, breaded, and pre-browned stuffed chicken products over concerns of possible salmonella contamination.
Dollar General recalled some sling lounge chairs after receiving reports the chairs collapsed and caused amputation and lacerations.
About 2 million dehumidifiers are being recalled in the U.S. because they can overheat and catch fire, posing fire and burn hazards.
A meat processor in Omaha, Nebraska, has recalled over 295,000 pounds of raw beef that could be contaminated with E. coli, the USDA said.
Grimmway Farms carrots were sold under multiple brand names.