If car dealers were truly free to let consumers know about the safety and repair problems they see, they could serve as a critical early warning system for consumers and regulators, letting car buyers and safety officials know about dangerous defects and pushing their customers to fix those problems — before they cause dozens of deaths on the road.
Parents of children who attend 15 Harford County public schools were warned by school officials Thursday night that their children may have eaten a pizza product that is subject to a voluntary recall because of possible E. coli bacteria contamination.
The following is the text of a letter to parents, dated Friday, April 5, that was sent home with students attending 14 Harford County public schools where a recalled food product, Pepperoni Pizzatas by Rich Products Corp., was served to students earlier in the week:
On Tuesday, Oct. 30, the popular grocer recalled three gluten free baking mixes because the products may have contained soy. The three products are Wegmans gluten free chocolate cake mix, its gluten free honey cornbread mix, and its all purpose baking mix.