Good or bad, recalls are all the rage these days.
So get ready to check your goods -- Here's what's being recalled now:
- Sara Lee Corp is recalling bread sold under EarthGrains, Sara Lee Delightful Wheat and several other brands because the loaves may contain small pieces of metal. Visit FDA.gov for a complete list. The bread being recalled is sold in Mississippi and Alabama, most of Arkansas, far southeastern Missouri, western Georgia, southwestern Tennessee, southeastern Louisiana and the panhandle of Florida. The packages are stamped with "best if purchased by" dates of July 25, 2007 through August 7, 2007 and include the code "222." Call Sara Lee's consumer line at consumer line at (800) 683-3466 for more information.
- Cans of recalled food from Castleberry's Food Co. are exploding, swollen with bacteria that cause botulism. More reason to get them out of your house or tell store owners still carrying the products to remove them immediately.
- Pottery Barn is recalling 31,000 Matelassé crib bumpers, which include decorative edge stitching that can come lose and pose an entanglement hazard to infants. The product, made in Portugal, was sold online and at Pottery Barn Kids stores nationwide from February 2003 through June 2007 for about $90. Consumers are urged to stop using the bumpers immediately and to contact Pottery Barn Kids for a refund. The toll-free number is 877-800-9720.