The Guardian has recently released data to help consumers tackle one frightening issue: product recalls. Many young adults can remember the great E Coli scare that left our supermarket shelves without spinach, or the Peter Pan peanut butter debacle of 2016 that removed delicious spoonfuls of peanut buttery goodness right from our mouths. Bacteria contamination, in fact, is not the only catalyst of product recalls. According to this new data, foreign objects, mislabeling, and improper packaging can also cause recalls.
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