Emergency Recalls was created to help spread information about important food safety recalls.   Food manufacturers will recall their products from the market when their products are improperly labeled or there is a problem.   The the FDA will issue an alert if there is a foodborne illness outbreak or if a food product could present a health hazard to consumers due to contamination.

The faster that consumers are made aware of the alerts the less illness and outbreaks of sickness from the bad products.   The biggest problem is finding the time to check for recalls.   Most people just don’t have the time to visit the FDA website, or check the many notices hanging at your local grocery store.   Most of the time we don’t even realize that we consumed a questionable product until weeks later when we finally see the notice about products sold weeks ago.  In this day of social media and practically everyone having a smartphone or internet connection, there is no reason why we cannot be better informed of these recalls.

Emergency Recalls obtains alerts from many sources including the FDA who posts alerts as quickly as possible when a bad product is found.   Note that we are not related or affiliated with the FDA or any agency which tests products for safety.   EmergencyRecalls.com website is an information relay and archive of past recall and food warning alerts publicly found on the net.  Our goal is to push out the recall warnings to the community faster through social media and other information outlets.   If you have any questions or concerns about a posted recall or alert you will find a source link at the bottom of every one where you can visit the source of the data.  We do not write the recall alerts and are not responsible for any errors or omissions in any notice.   All references to brand/trade names/trademarks remain the property of the referenced name(s) and hold no affiliation to our website, owners, operators or affiliated sponsors.

Please share the alerts on your social pages to help better inform the community of the recalls.  Together we can help prevent the consumption of bad products and keep our families safer!


Our website listing food and consumer product recalls is not all-inclusive, nor does it include all categories of food and consumer products.   We strive to list recalls as soon as possible, but if you wish to know more about food or product recalls you can also visit the following regulatory agencies websites, or you can directly contact the product manufacturer.

U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC)

National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (DOT)

U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)

U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA)

References and links to other sites are provided as a service. Please note that by clicking on one of these links, you will be accessing information from that agency’s website and subject to the policies of that site.