Over 90,000 pounds of ready-to-eat sausage were recalled by Armour Eckrich Meats, LLC because they may contain bits of metal.
Graco recalled over 25,000 "My Ride 65" car seats because the harness webbing can break and fail to protect a child in a crash.
After the death of a plumber in New Hampshire, about 6,300 Blomberg and Summit electric ranges were recalled for a shock and electrocution hazard.
Over 210,600 pounds of hot dogs sold by Nathan's Famous and Beef Master were recalled after metal shards were found in some products.
Marcho Farms, Inc., a meat company in Souderton, Pennsylvania, has recalled approximately 5,600 pounds of boneless veal and ground veal, beef, and pork products due to a possible risk of E. coli.
A recall was issued for certain ready-to-eat bagged spinach products that may be contaminated with Listeria, including certain Harris Teeter Farmer's Market Spinach and PEAK Fresh Curly Leaf Spinach.
The massive nationwide recall for frozen waffles has expanded to include Traditions-brand frozen entrées, as well as frozen Aunt Jemima products and Save-A-Lot Chicken & Waffle Sandwiches.
Trader Joe's recalled a single lot of Mikawaya Chocolate Mochi Ice Cream because it may contain peanuts, an ingredient that is not on the label. People who bought this product should return it for a refund.
Polaris recalled 6,000 2017 RMK and SKS snowmobiles because the steering post can break and cause the driver to lose control or crash.