Nearly 1.4 million power saws sold nationwide are being recalled for a potentially faulty safety guard, with more than nine laceration injuries already reported.
Some Banana Boat sunscreen spray products have been recalled due to an unexpected level of benzene, a human carcinogen.
Family Dollar has issued a recall covering more than 400 products sold at its stores in almost every state, including Michigan.
A food company has issued a recall for select dog treat products due to possible salmonella.
Hundreds of thousands of bottles of over-the-counter medications sold at Kroger and Walgreens are being recalled because of unsafe packaging.
More than one million home electric breaker boxes are being recalled due to possible thermal burn and fire hazards.
More than 160,000 pounds of Skippy peanut butter is being voluntarily recalled because jars could have fragments of stainless steel in them.
Several aerosol deodorant spray products have been recalled due to the presence of benzene, which is classified as a human carcinogen.
A look at some of the biggest recalls of 2021, from pet food to humidifiers, shampoos and frozen meat, to cars, toys, sprays and sunscreen.
More than three million newborn loungers are being recalled for a potential suffocation risk after eight reports of infant deaths associated with the product.