More than a third of Blue Bell's workforce will be without jobs.
Jeni's plans to reopen by Memorial Day weekend.
Three major automakers expanded recalls tied to Takata’s flawed air bags this week.
Toyota and Nissan are expanding their recalls by another 6.5 million vehicles.
General Motors is recalling nearly 470,000 Chevrolet Malibu midsize cars to fix potentially weakened steel cables that link the front seat belts to the vehicles.
Attorney Kenneth Feinberg, who was hired by GM to compensate victims, updated the total on Monday. It stood at 97 deaths last week.
As the complexity of supply chains continues to increase, the consequences of recalls have become far more substantial and wide reaching than in years past.
Mitsubishi is recalling more than 130,000 cars because of two separate issues that could lead to reduced visibility for drivers and raise the risk of a crash.
AP writer Mary Clare Jalonick writes, “The FDA listed 17 separate positive tests for listeria on equipment from March 2013 through February 2015.”
CEO John Lowe says in a statement Wednesday that the company will never be sure how the bacteria got into the machine, which filled a portion of the pints for retail sales.
Food Manufacturing had the chance to sit down with Sonal Sinha, the associate vice president at MetricStream, about the impacts of the hummus recall from a supply chain perspective.
In an effort to change the insufficient recall protocol, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) head Mark Rosekind held a forum on Tuesday to look into ways to “boost unacceptable completion rates.”
The company said last week that it had recalled all its products from retailers and closed ice cream shops in six states over concerns about possible listeria contamination.
Harley-Davidson Motor Co. said in documents that gas bubbles can cause the clutch master cylinder to lose its ability to fully disengage the clutch, especially if the bike has been parked for a long time.
The incident of the simultaneous listeria contaminations at separate manufacturing plants has many consumers wondering if the outbreaks are related—and if other brands of ice cream could be at risk.
Issues surrounding General Motors Co.'s recall of 36 million vehicles worldwide last year for safety issues continue to haunt the company.
FCA says a switch wire can break and cause the vehicles not to start. The vehicles may also move unintentionally if drivers don't follow the company's recommended procedures for starting the car.
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The recall follows three accidents involving the quick-release lever, one of which reportedly resulted in paralysis.
The first recall in the family-owned creamery's 108-year history was issued last month after the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention linked ice cream contaminated with listeria to three deaths at a Kansas hospital.
BMW is recalling 91,800 Mini Coopers to fix a defect that may prevent the air bag on the front passenger side of the cars from deploying in a crash.
The recall affects approximately 1.7 million doses, about 7 percent of the total flu vaccine doses distributed in by Glaxo in the U.S. this year.
In the months after the recalls began, GM was criticized by customers and members of Congress for a low completion rate, which the company blamed on a lack of parts.
Blue Bell Creameries on Tuesday announced a third product recall as a result of the contamination. The company, based in Brenham, Texas, has recalled more than 25 of its products since last month.