Off-roading vehicles also recalled this week.
At least 11 people have died and more than 100 have been injured worldwide from the problem.
The flour in question is among 10 million pounds voluntarily recalled last month by General Mills, the FDA said.
The recall is aimed at, but not limited to, 8 million MALM chests and dressers sold in the US.
3M hard hats and The Land of Nod octopus rattles were also recalled.
The company noticed a possible packaging defect that may result in product spoilage during transport and handling, according to the FDA.
Spicy Sweet Chili Doritos and two Kashi products have also been recalled.
More than a dozen products are on the list.
The recall comes after its flour supplier, Grain Craft, issued a recall on some wheat flour that could contain low levels of peanut residue.
Customers who have purchased any of these products are urged to dispose of them.
Gun safes and surge protectors were also recalled this week.
Stop and Stop has issued a voluntary recall of certain Nature Made dietary supplement products.
Stop & Shop has issued a voluntary recall of a number of Atkins products that could make people sick.
The recall also includes Brown & Haley and Maranatha products.
Those with an allergy or severe sensitivity to peanuts run the risk of a serious allergic reaction if they consume the snacks.
RIDOH is warning residents about a recall involving SunOpta, Cliff Bar, General Mills’ Nature Valley, and Stop and Shop products, all which …
Voltage detectors and bunk beds were also recalled this week due to shock and collapse hazards, respectively.
RIDOH issued an alert Thursday warning consumers about a granola bar recall prompted by potential Listeria contamination.
The recall is part of a nationwide expansion of an ongoing Takata air bag recall.
To date, authorities have researched 38 cases of illnesses in 20 states related to a specific type of E. coli.
Water heaters and lounge chairs are also being recalled.
The company makes a number of sunflower kernel products, which have been recalled for potential Listeria contamination.
The latest recall includes Toyota, Scion and Lexus models from the 2006-2011 model years.
It’s one of the largest food recalls in recent memory, with more than 400 products from CRF Frozen Foods sold under 40 different brand names…
Dr. Prager’s Sensible Foods, Inc. is voluntarily recalling frozen food products due to possible listeria contamination.