Food producers recall their products from the marketplace when the products are mislabeled or when the food may present a health hazard to consumers because the food is contaminated or has caused a foodborne illness outbreak.
This page provides links to the most recently posted food recalls.
Visit Recalls, Market Withdrawals & Safety Alerts for a more comprehensive list of recalls.
FoodSafety.gov provides food safety and food recall information from both FDA and the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), which regulates most meat and poultry.
Outbreak Investigations are conducted by FDA’s Coordinated Outbreak Response and Evaluation (CORE) Network. CORE manages outbreak response, surveillance and post-response activities related to incidents involving multiple illnesses linked to FDA-regulated human food, dietary supplements, and cosmetic products.
Get answers to your questions from the CFSAN Food & Cosmetic Information Center (FCIC)
G.A. Mart Issues Voluntary Nationwide Recall of H&NATURAL TejoRoot and H&NATURAL Brazil Seed Dietary Supplements Due to the Presence of Yellow Oleander (Thevetia peruviana), a Poisonous Plant Native to Mexico and Central America
Backstage Center is Issuing a Recall of Approximately 280 Bottles of Alipotec Raiz de Tejocote, Dietary Supplements, that are Labeled with the "Alipotec King" Sticker