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More than 295,000lbs of beef hit with Class I recall over E. coli risk

More than 295,000lbs of beef hit with Class I recall over E. coli risk

The US Department of Agriculture (USDA) has announced a Class 1 recall involving more than a quarter of a million pounds of raw beef from Greater Omaha Packing. The recall is due to potential contamination with E. coli, according to the agency's Food and Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS). The list of recalled products includes choice angus, prime chuck, and more.

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McCormick recalls some spices and ranch seasoning: Here’s the full list

McCormick recalls some spices and ranch seasoning: Here’s the full list

Popular spice brand McCormick has recalled some of its spices, as well as a Frank's RedHot product, over potential contamination with salmonella. The recall was first published on Monday, advising consumers to stop using these particular spices and seasoning and, if desired, to contact the company to get a refund.

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Dog food recalled yet again over aflatoxin risk: The new details

Dog food recalled yet again over aflatoxin risk: The new details

Sunshine Mills has announced another dog food recall over potential contamination with aflatoxin, a naturally occurring toxin that results from the growth of a mold called Aspergillus flavus. According to the latest recall notice, the levels of aflatoxin in these products may exceed the acceptable limits, potentially putting dogs at risk if too much of the toxin is consumed.

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Pay attention to this meat seasoning recall if you’re grilling this summer

Pay attention to this meat seasoning recall if you’re grilling this summer

Some recent food recalls have popped up at the CDC recently, including ones involving leafy greens and supplements. One of the recalls published in recent days may be particularly important to note in light of grilling season: it involves a meat seasoning that can be used for things like beef. According to the recall, these items may be contaminated with a risky pathogen called Listeria.

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Second Bolt EV recall announced after “fixed” cars catch fire: What to do

Second Bolt EV recall announced after “fixed” cars catch fire: What to do

Chevrolet is recalling the Bolt EV for a second time, after more of the electric cars caught fire unexpectedly despite owners thinking they'd been repaired. The original recall was announced in November 2020, with around 69,000 of the EVs affected, after Chevrolet and the NHTSA were notified that several cars burst into flames.

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Pfizer recalls some Chantix products across US over possible cancer risk

Pfizer recalls some Chantix products across US over possible cancer risk

Chantix, a prescription drug designed to help adults break their smoking habit, has been recalled by Pfizer, the company behind the product. A dozen lots of the medication have been recalled across the US over the potential presence of a nitrosamine impurity above the company's acceptable daily intake limit.

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Johnson & Johnson recalls some sunscreen products over carcinogen

Johnson & Johnson recalls some sunscreen products over carcinogen

Many people are heading out to the pool and hiking trails, turning to sunscreen products to help protect their skin from damage. If you're counted among them, pay attention to a new recall published by the FDA that involves some sunscreen products from Johnson & Johnson. According to the company, these items may contain an ingredient linked to cancer risk.

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Ford recalls more than 770,000 Explorer SUVs over steering fears

Ford recalls more than 770,000 Explorer SUVs over steering fears

Ford is recalling more than 770,000 of its most popular SUVs, after multiple reports of injuries due to a flaw in the rear suspension. The issue, Ford confirmed today, occurs when parts of the suspension fracture, and in the process "significantly diminishes steering control, increasing the risk of a crash."

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Some Chevy and GMC trucks have been recalled for another airbag issue

Some Chevy and GMC trucks have been recalled for another airbag issue

Airbag issues have plagued the automotive industry for years in the wake of the defective airbags produced by Takata that led to multiple deaths. GM has now announced that trucks under both the GMC and Chevrolet brands have been recalled due to another airbag issue. This recall concerns trucks with airbags along the roof rails that can deploy without the vehicle being in an accident.

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GM recalls 400,000+ Chevrolet and GMC pickups over exploding airbags

GM recalls 400,000+ Chevrolet and GMC pickups over exploding airbags

GM is recalling more than 400,000 pickup trucks, having identified an airbag fault that could see the safety equipment unexpectedly explode, sending pressurized gas and potentially broken components into the cabin. The recall, confirmed by the US NHTSA, affects select Chevrolet and GMC trucks, and comes after a handful of reported incidents where airbags have erupted.

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Tyson recalls more than 8 million pounds of precooked chicken in US

Tyson recalls more than 8 million pounds of precooked chicken in US

Tyson Foods has announced a massive recall involving more than 8 million pounds of precooked chicken products over the risk of Listeria contamination. The recalled products were produced from December 2020 to April 2021 and may still be in many consumers' freezers. A few illnesses were reported in conjunction with the recall, including one death.

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Insulin syringes recalled across the globe over risk of injecting wrong dose

Insulin syringes recalled across the globe over risk of injecting wrong dose

Multiple batches of fixed-needle insulin syringes have been recalled around the world over the potential risk of skewed lines on the syringe barrels. This issue, according to the recall notice, may result in some diabetic patients injecting too much or too little insulin for their needs, potentially putting them at risk of severe adverse effects as a result.

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