Fold Hill Foods is taking the precautionary action to recall several hypoallergenic cat food products it manufactures, including products in the 'by Sainsburys' range, over a potential link to a recent outbreak in serious illness in cats.
Fisher-Price has recalled it's 2-in-1 Soothe 'n Play Glider following reports of four infant deaths in the United States that were associated with a similar product. Find out how to get a refund if you own this product.
Tesco is recalling a batch of Tesco Cottage Pie Baby Food because some meals may contain pieces of blue plastic.
Eye care products from brands including ReNu, Boston, BioTrue, EasySept, Boots and Specsavers are subject to a voluntary recall due to a sterilisation compliance issue identified in manufacturing. Parent company...
M&S Stuffed Medjool Date Selection recalled due to a possible Hepatitis A contamination
Nestle is recalling several batches of SMA Wysoy Infant Formula as some cans may contain pieces of blue plastic. The plastic pieces, which are used to make the scoops, make...
Danone is recalling some of its Activia and Light and Free yoghurts as they may contain pieces of metal, making them unsafe to eat. Read on to find out which yoghurts are being recalled and what you should do if you've bought one of the affected products.
Food recalls have been issued on Co-op's British 12 Meatballs, Irresistible Carrot Cake and Coffee and Walnut Cake, and Lidl's Crownfield Wholegrain Wheat Bixies. Find out what to do if you own one of the affected products.
Firmware installed on some Brompton e-bikes may lead to electrical system failure. Find out which models are affected and what to do if you have one
Pushchair brand Ickle Bubba is voluntarily recalling certain models of the Gravity Max Auto-Fold stroller due to an issue that could cause the pushchair to collapse.