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Nov
13

Product Recalls Stabilize, But an Upsurge is Expected

While U.S. product recalls were relatively flat from the second to third quarter, expect an upsurge in the weeks and months to come as regulators – under growing pressure from Congress and consumer groups – turn their attention to currently unregulated categories.  Part of that pressure on regulators is a result of past handling of product safety issues.

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Jun
04

Automation Demonstrating its Downside in Product Recalls

ACConventional wisdom suggests that automation and robotics should make products safer by removing the potential for human error adding more precision to production. But some industries are finding that automation is a double-edged sword. The food industry, in particular, has experienced a string of product recalls whose origins can be traced back to automated systems. Take factory farming, for example. Food Quality & Safety Magazine

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Apr
23

Birth of a recall

When a consumer’s smartphone spontaneously combusts, the word-of-mouth news spreads to millions within days if not hours. If a certain blood pressure medicine is contaminated with a potentially cancer-causing agent, it could take months before routine testing uncovers the defect, and weeks more before the news and notifications slowly trickle.

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Jun
18

How Recalls Cause Shortages in the Pharmaceutical Industry

Drug recalls can be extremely taxing for all parties involved. From making sure there is a temporary replacement to checking the supply of the replacement and its reliability, companies face many challenges. Along with this complex process, manufacturers must ensure recall is handled properly and the affected drug is removed from distribution. However, by not finding a proper substitute, negative effects can ripple down to consumers and the pharmaceutical industry will have more issues on their hands.

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