All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘product recall’

Graco Recall: Graco Agrees to US Safety Demands, Recalls 1.9 Million Rear-Facing Infant Car Seats

The Graco recall has been expanded. On Tuesday, July 1, Graco Children’s Products announced that they’d agreed to recall 1.9 million rear-facing infant car seats. The executive decision follows a five-month ordeal between the company and National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Due to mounting pressure from the safety administration, Graco ultimately decided to recall the additional 1.9 million infants seats. In …

Read More

Hot Pockets Recall: Nestlé USA Recalls Philly Steak and Cheese Hot Pockets

The recent Hot Pockets recall has prompted the removal of various flavors of the product as part of a massive meat recall. On Feb. 18, Nestlé USA issued a press release with details about the voluntary product recall. The multinational food and beverage company stated that the recall was issued for an unspecified number of “Philly Steak” and its “Croissant Crust Philly Steak and …

Read More

Toyota Recalls the Same 780K Vehicles as Last Year

Remember when Toyota recalled almost 800,000 vehicles last year because of some kind of rear suspension issues on their RAV4 SUV and Lexus HS sedan? Well, the company has done it again, literally: a story from Zacks Equity Research is quoting The New York Times on the Toyota Motor Corporation recalling 18,000 Lexus HS sedans and 760,000 Toyota RAV4s over… …

Read More

Nap Nanny Recalled After Baby Deaths

Four major retailers have agreed to a voluntary recall of the “Nap Nanny” product made by the company Baby Matters. Amazon, Buy Buy Baby, Diapers.com, and Toys R Us/Babies R Us are all participating in the recall. The CPSC is warning consumers that the Nap Nanny baby recliners “contain defects in the design, warnings, and instructions,” that could lead to …

Read More

Lenovo Recalls Desktops

Lenovo, cooperating with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, announced today a voluntary recall of ThinkCentre M70z and M90z desktop computers, due to a potential fire hazard. The CPSC has advised consumers to discontinue use of the recalled products as of now, and points out that it is illegal to even attempt to resell a recall machine. The details of …

Read More