Thousands of products are manufactured and used by consumers each year. Consumers rely on manufacturers to make safe products. Yet, annually, many products are recalled (withdrawn from the market) or deemed unsafe. Unsafe products can create danger and cause injury or even death. Sites in this category include news issued by government agencies which inform the public about safety alerts, recalls, withdrawals and product labeling changes that may affect the health of consumers.
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Advisories, Warnings, and Recalls - Consumer Product Safety - Health Canada
The Recalls and Safety Alerts Database provides access to a list of recalls, advisories, and safety alerts. This database includes recalls from Health Canada, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency, and Transport Canada.
Canadian Food Inspection Agency
Food recalls and allergy alerts issued by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency, Government of Canada to warn the public about food safety problems.
Child Product Safety
Resource for child product safe issues, including recalled toys, car seats and infant items. Produced by the Office of the Arkansas Attorney General.
Product Recalls Australia
Australian product recall information based on notifications provided to the Assistant Treasurer. Product recalls are administered by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission.
Product Recalls in the UK
Safety recall notices for the United Kingdom.
Information about toys, appliances, cosmetics, medicines, foods, boats, automobiles and other products recalled by six United States federal agencies. Consumers may also report a dangerous product or review safety tips.
U.S. Food and Drug Administration - Recalls and Safety Alerts
List of recalls, alerts, and warnings of foods, drugs, medical devices, and cosmetics.
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