14 Product Recalls and Why They Were Issued #infographic

14 Product Recalls and Why They Were Issued #infographic

Companies, consumers and investors hate the word "recall." A recall is a request by a manufacturer to return a product after safety concerns or product defects have been detected, potentially posing a danger to the consumer or a threat to the producer / seller's legal action. Environmental concerns that also trigger a reminder, as is the case with the 2015 Volkswagen scandal known as "Dieselgate," where emissions from diesel engines were up to 40 times higher than those allowed by US standards.

The cars were running software that cheated pollution checks. Though recalls are often the responsibility of the producer, outsiders who are malicious and criminal also cause them. In 1982, tylenol was contaminated with cyanide which resulted in the deaths of seven people. Johnson & Johnson have 31 million bottles recalled. The tragedy resulted in the development of tamper-proof technology on all medicines which exists today. Reminiscences are frightening but they can at least yield some value.
14 Product Recalls and Why They Were Issued #infographic

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