45 Hazardous Products That Were Recalled This Week

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We expect manufacturers to know what they’re stocking the shelves with. We trust those products to be safe. But things have a way of slipping through the cracks.

Fortunately, several federal regulatory agencies monitor for and recall products that pose a risk to consumers.

The Consumer Product Safety Commission is one example. Federal law requires manufacturers, importers, distributors and retailers to notify the agency of potentially dangerous consumer goods within 24 hours of discovery. The CPSC and other regulatory agencies, like the Department of Agriculture and the Food and Drug Administration, then publish recall reports.

Recalls happen more often than you might think — but don’t feel like you have to constantly check for new recall reports. Money Talks News has you covered.

Following is a roundup of the foods and goods that have been recalled since last Friday, so take a look and make sure you and your loved ones aren’t eating or using any of them. Then sign up for the Money Talks Newsletter so you don’t miss our next recall roundup. Look for it every Friday afternoon.

Meat, poultry and eggs (USDA)

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The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service oversees most meat, poultry and egg products. Following are those that were recalled — or for which public health alerts were issued — in the past week. If you purchased any of them, visit the FSIS website to learn more about the recall or alert and what you should do with the product.

  1. South American Meat Inc. — Frigorífico Casa Blanca S.A. frozen raw beef products

Foods and drinks (FDA)

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The Food and Drug Administration regulates most foods and drinks — aside from meat from livestock, poultry and some egg products — as well as pet food. The FDA-regulated foods that have been recalled in the past week are as follows. If you purchased any of them, visit FoodSafety.gov or click the applicable link below to learn more about the recall and what you should do with the product.

  1. New Seasons Market — Strawberry Rhubarb Bakewell Tart
  2. UBC Food Distributors — Baraka Ground Black Pepper
  3. Dairy Manufacturers Inc. — Crecelac Powdered Goat Milk Infant Formula
  4. Fresh Start Produce Sales — Whole Cucumbers (no brand name)
  5. Certain oysters and bay clams harvested in Oregon and Washington

Drugs, supplements and medical devices

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In addition to many foods, the FDA regulates drugs, supplements and more than 6,000 types of medical devices sold in the U.S. Many of the products they oversee are sold to consumers, while others are sold directly to hospitals and other medical care providers. Regardless, it’s good to know which items may hurt your health instead of helping it.

Drugs and supplements recalled in the past week are as follows. If you purchased any of them, click the applicable link below to learn more about the recall and what you should do with the product.

  1. HomeoCare Laboratories Inc. — Homeopathic StellaLife Oral Care Products

Medical devices recalled recently are as follows. Visit the FDA’s medical device recall page or click the applicable link to learn more.

  1. Medline Industries, LP — SubG Endotracheal Tube with Subglottic Suction
  2. Medtronic — StealthStation S8 Application Versions 1.2.0, 1.1.0, 1.0.3, 1.0.2 and 1.0.1

Other consumer products

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The Consumer Product Safety Commission is responsible for recalls for more than 15,000 types of consumer products. Those that the CPSC has recalled in the past week are as follows. If you purchased any of them, visit the CPSC’s website to learn more about the recall, including any steps you should take (which will be listed in the “Remedy” section of a CPSC recall).

  1. Spectrum Brands Pet Care — Pet Fur deShedding
  2. Joybuy Marketplace Express — Sling Carriers
  3. Good Earth Lighting — Rechargeable Integrated Lights
  4. SA Consumer Products — Sanctuary Quick Access and Sports Afield Biometric Safes
  5. Salewa USA — Wild Country Ropeman 1 Ascenders
  6. Kawasaki Motors USA — Engines Used in Bad Boy Mowers, BigDog, Bobcat, Cub Cadet, Hustler, John Deere and Kubota Brand Lawn and Garden Equipment

Vehicles and parts

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The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), a division of the U.S. Department of Transportation, oversees investigations into motor vehicle safety defects and recalls products. Following are recalls from the past week. If you’ve purchased any of these products, visit the NHTSA website to learn why it was recalled and what you should do next (which will be listed in the “Remedy” section of a NHTSA recall).

  1. American Furukawa — Certain clock springs installed in steering column control modules
  2. BMW — certain BMW motorcycle dealer accessory side bag holders
  3. Daimler Trucks North America — certain 2025 Freightliner Custom Chassis MC, MT45, MT45G, MT55, S2C 106, S2RV 106, XBS, XCM, XCP, XCR, XCS, Freightliner 108SD, 114SD, Business Class M2, Western Star 47X, 49X, 57X, and Thomas Built Buses Saf-T-Liner C2 transit buses, cabs, and chassis
  4. Daimler Trucks North America — certain 2025 Freightliner Cascadia, 108SD, 114SD, Business Class M2, Western Star 47X, 49X, Freightliner Custom Chassis S2RV 106, and S2C 106 transit buses, cabs, and chassis
  5. Daimler Trucks North America — certain 2025 Thomas Built Buses Saf-T-Liner C2 and EFX school buses
  6. Daimler Trucks North America — certain 2024-2025 Thomas Built Buses Saf-T-Liner C2 school buses
  7. Driverge — certain 2023-2024 Ford T-350 vehicles
  8. Firefly — certain Multiplex G9 units used for controlling equipment and accessories in motorhomes
  9. Forest River — certain 2024 Forest River Rainier, Stealth Evo, Salem, Vibe, and Wildwood travel trailers
  10. Forest River — certain 2010-2020 Starcraft Prodigy, Quest, and 2013 Rondak school buses
  11. Forest River — certain 2024 Sabre fifth wheels
  12. Forest River — certain 2024 Puma travel trailers
  13. Ford — certain 2024 Mustang vehicles
  14. Grand Design — certain 2023 Solitude fifth wheels
  15. Honda — certain 2018-2020 Fit and 2019-2022 HR-V vehicles
  16. Host — certain 2022-2025 Host Mammoth, Yukon, Cascade, Tahoe, and Everest trailers
  17. Karma — certain 2020-2022 Revero GS-6, Revero GS-6s, Revero GS-6L, Revero GTS, and Revero GT vehicles
  18. Kia — certain 2020-2024 Telluride vehicles
  19. Kuat — certain Transfer v2 bicycle hitch racks
  20. Land Rover — certain 2024 Range Rover and Range Rover Sport vehicles
  21. Lion Electric — certain 2024-2025 LionC school buses
  22. Mack — certain 2024 MMDe electric trucks
  23. Mack — certain 2025 Mack AN, GR, and TE trucks
  24. Navistar — certain 2024-2025 IC Bus CE school buses
  25. Nexxpro — certain NEXX X.G10 helmets
  26. Nissan — certain 2023 Ariya vehicles
  27. Oshkosh — certain Shepphard Steering Gears
  28. Thermo King — certain Tripac-3 Auxiliary Power Units
  29. Toyota — certain 2022-2023 Tundra and Lexus LX600 vehicles
  30. Volvo Trucks — certain 2025 VN, VNRe, and VHD trucks

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