The toy is a product of The Manhattan Toy Company.
It's part of a multi-state outbreak of Cyclospora, an intestinal illness.
There's a risk of a specific product containing a strain of E. coli.
This comes amid concerns of "extraneous materials" in a wide range of their frozen products.
It includes all models that were sold since 2012.
The boots were sold last October and November.
It's a national recall for specific 5-pound bags.
This is the Minnesota brand's second recall since last month
The turkey has use-by-dates of Oct. 1 and Oct. 2, so it might be in your freezer.
It might've been easier to list foods that you CAN eat.
Four people were hurt after finding metal in Hormel canned products.
An 'unlikely' sequence of events could cause risk to drivers.
Consuming or even touching the treats could lead to botulism.
Oh – and it's just recalled another 1,000 vehicles.
Some of the products may be contaminated with hard plastic.
J.M. Smucker has recalled shipments of four brands.
The bakery chain has issued a recall.
Health officials say it could be the cause of an E. coli outbreak.
A salmonella outbreak includes a few Minnesota cases
If the toys were swallowed by a child, it could be life-threatening.
The recalled trucks weigh up to 6,600 pounds – so you don't want them rolling away.