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Kimberly-Clark Corp. recalls 1,400 boxes of Kotex tampons

The Kimberly-Clark Corp. has stated that Kotex tampons have been recalled due to bacteria contamination that could cause a serious infection. The recalled product includes the Kotex Natural Balance Security Unscented Tampons Regular Absorbency brand with the SKU number of 15063 and 15068. Officials have said that there has not been any injury or illness… Read More

Nearly 72,000 pounds of Bumble Bee chicken salad recalled

An Illinois food manufacturing company, the Suter Company, has announced the recall of nearly 72,000 pounds of Bumble Bee chicken salad. The recall comes after costumers complained of hard plastic pieces in their food. According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture Food Safety and Inspection Service, the company recalled the “Bumble Bee Chicken Salad with… Read More

Illinois mother files suit over Similac formula recall

An Illinois mother has filed a lawsuit and is seeking class action status over a the recall of millions of containers of Similac baby formula after beetle larvae was found and reported by two people. In the lawsuit, the mother states that the maker of the baby formula, Abbott Laboratories Inc., made her child and… Read More

Fresh Express salad products announce recall

Fresh Express has voluntarily recalled salad products after a Listeria monocytogenes contamination. The California-based company is recalling 2,825 cases of the Veggie Lovers Salad. The recalled products have a used by date of August 10. All of the salad bags are being pulled from the shelves although no illnesses have been reported to the FDA.… Read More

Over 8,000 baby walkers recalled

Suntech Enterprises have recalled almost 8,400 baby walkers after finding out that they can fit down stairs. No serious injuries have yet been reported but the recall comes as a preventative measure. The baby walkers were sold in small stores in California, Illinois, New York and Texas from January 2007 to December 2009. Consumers are… Read More