When most people take a bite out of their protein bar, the last thing they expect to find is a giant piece of plastic. Unfortunately for fans of Fit & Active protein bars, this is exactly what happened to some unfortunate consumers, and now a recall has been issued in response. The protein bars themselves are produced by Leclerc Foods and sold at Aldi stores around the country. But what happened exactly, and what kind of protein bars should consumers be on the lookout for?
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With the holidays approaching, many parents are beginning to tackle Christmas shopping for their children. However, during this time of the year, while Merry and Bright and full of excitement, it’s important for parents to be on the lookout for toy recalls or other safety alerts. During this past year alone, we’ve seen everything from toy rattles to sweaters and dressers being recalled for children. And now, a new recall has been announced by Woolino for a “children’s pajama line due to a violation of the federal flammability standards.”
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A massive recall for Odyssey minivans has been issued by Honda, impacting approximately 800,000 of the popular vehicles over a problem stemming “from the minivan’s second-row outboard seats.” At the moment the vehicles included in the recall are models manufactured between 2011 and 2017. But what’s the problem, exactly? According to Honda, the second-row outboard