The fast food chain said it realized there was an issue with its seasoned beef when a customer reported finding a metal shaving in food.
Inclined sleepers like the Rock 'n Play were recalled months ago. But a watchdog report suggests that many child care facilities don't know.
Consumers have been alerted and the brand's owner is working to get the items off grocery store shelves.
The FDA has recalled makeup from the teen chain Claire's as well as from Beauty Plus.
The possibly tainted food items were shipped to restaurant distributors in Georgia and Florida.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission recalled the sleeper after a Consumer Report analysis linked it to more than 30 deaths.
Some consumers reported finding “small pieces of soft, blue rubber” in their nuggets.
Plums, nectarines and peaches sold at Aldi, Costco, Walmart and other stores could be contaminated.
People who bought the nuggets should trash them or return them to the place of purchase, the USDA said.
Kimberly-Clark recalled U by Kotex Sleek tampons, regular absorbency, after some customers reported needing medical attention.
The products may contain higher concentrations of ibuprofen.
"Milk inadvertently was entered into the processing equipment for almond milk,” said a spokeswoman for HP Hood, maker of Blue Diamond Vanilla Breeze.
100 people have fallen ill after eating the popular Kellogg's cereal.
People have become infected in Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota and Wisconsin.
The FDA and CDC are investigating an outbreak linked to 60 illnesses and at least 31 hospitalizations in five states.
“You just assume that a children's product would be safe.”
The United States has the worst maternal and infant mortality rates in the developed world.
Customers in 12 states should take notice.
Customers are advised to take any affected jackets away from small children.