the U.S. alone, dangerously overheating computer batteries, tainted
supermarket produce, peanut
butter, snack foods, life-threatening car defects, toys
and pet foods are only the latest in a list of product recalls
that have recently been in the news.
agencies are usually the ones responsible for alerting the public
to the latest consumer safety hazards, although most companies
(if they want to stay in business) will voluntarily issue a recall
if they think their product will do harm to consumers, whether
it be dangerously defective merchandise, or foods that are unsafe
Keep up to
date on the most recent safety warnings, recalls and other vital
information of interest to consumers - issued in the U.S., Canada
and around the world - at top sites offering facts & information
on what products are currently under recall, where they are occurring,
and why :
More about product recalls & related news around the Web:
- Official U.S. site with news & updates on consumer &
baby products, cars & boats, food, medicine and cosmetics,
or search by keyword for the latest information you're looking
for, in English and Spanish.
Consumer Product Safety Commission - Recalls and Product Safety
- Search for the latest news from a drop-down list, or browse
by category including children's products, infant seats & furniture,
toys, sports, recreation, outdoor and household product recalls.
Canada - Advisories, Warnings and Recalls
- With focus on foods, medications, and children's toys, plus
information on where to report any unsafe or dangerous product.
- Consumer Affairs - News on the latest product recalls
in all European Union countries with details on product type,
related identifying photos, associated hazards.
Recalls Australia - The latest news from the Australian
consumer market searchable by date, or browse by subject including
unsafe foods, herbal & natural health aids, general &
consumer products, cars & automotive, insecticides, herbicides
and pet products.
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