Taco Bell recalls 2.3 million pounds of seasoned beef possibly contaminated with metal shavings

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Taco Bell immediately recalled around 2.3 million pounds of seasoned beef from its restaurants and distribution centers after a customer complained of finding a metal shaving in an order. The company’s supplier Kenosha Beef International also issued a voluntary call of its seasoned beef possibly contaminated with foreign matter specifically metal shaving. Kenosha produced the contaminated seasoned beef product at one plant and were sent Taco Bell’s distribution centers in Michigan, New Jersey, New York, Ohio and Virgiania. Taco Bell and Kenosha reported the recall to the U.S. Department of…

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Tesla Recalls 2,700 Model X SUVs Due to Seat Problems

Tesla Model X

Tesla Motors (NASDAQ:TSLA) is recalling 2,700 Model X sports utility vehicles (SUVs) to replace the third-row seat backs of the vehicle. The electric car manufacturer discovered issues on the third-row seats of the Model X after performing strength tests. According to Tesla, the affected vehicles were built at its plant in Fremont, California before March 26. In an e-mail sent to customers, Tesla explained, “Recently, during an internal seat strength test that was conducted prior to the start of Model X deliveries in Europe, the recliner in a third row…

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Gerber Recalls Two Batches of Organic Baby Food over Packaging Defect

Gerber Products Company voluntarily recalls specific batches of organic food pouch products after discovering a packaging defect that may cause spoilage during transport and handling. The company said the affected products included two batches of Gerber Organic 2nd Foods Pouches—Pears, Carrots & Peas and two batches of Gerber Organic 2nd Food Pouches—Carrots, Apple & Mangoes. The recalled products have the following UPCs best by dates/batch codes: GERBER® Organic 2ND FOODS® Pouches –Pears, Carrots & Peas, 3.5 ounce pouch UPC 15000074319 12JUL2016  51945335XX 13JUL2016  51955335XX GERBER® Organic 2ND FOODS® Pouches- Carrots, Apples…

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Toyota Recalls 2.87 Million SUVs Worldwide Due to Seatbelt Problems

Toyota RAV 4

Toyota Motor Corp (NYSE:TM) (TYO: 7203) is recalling approximately 2.87 million sports utility vehicles (SUVs) worldwide including more than 1,124,000 in the United States due to seatbelt problems. The recall also affects 625,000 vehicles in Europe, 434,000 vehicles in China, and 177,000 vehicles in Japan. The Japanese automaker said the recall covers RAV4 SUVs Model Year 2006 to 2012 and Model Year 2012 to 2014, RAV4 EV sold in the United States and Vanguard SUV Model Year 2005 to 2016 sold in Japan. Toyota will fix the seatbealt defect without…

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Izzie Macs! Macadamia Nuts Recalled due to Risk of Salmonella Contamination

IZZLE MACS Macadamia Nuts Recall

The  U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced that Mahina Mele Farms is recalling all of its the macadamia nuts in the market. The company made the decision after an FDA testing found the one sample from the company’s LOT 30 of macadamia nuts were positive for Salmonella. Salmonella is the name of a group of bacteria and it the common cause of food poisoning in the United States. The bacteria could cause serious and sometimes fatal infections in young children, frail or elderly people. Healthy individuals infected with Salmonella often…

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Microsoft Recalls 2.3M Power Cords for Surface Pro Due to Fire Hazards

Microsoft Surface Pro AC Power Cord Recall

  Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT) recalled around 2.3 million (including 190,000 in Canada) AC power cords for its Surface Pro computers due to fire and shock hazards, according to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission. The recall involves Surface Pro, Surface Pro 2 and Surface Pro 3 computers sold before March 15, 2015.  The devices were sold at Microsoft stores, Best Buy (NYSE:BBY), Costco Wholesale Corporation (NASDAQ:COST), and other stores from February 2012 to March 15, 2015. The Surface Pro and Surface Pro 2 devices have a black case with the…

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