The global automobile industry is plagued with recalls that seem to be impacting tens of thousands of units weekly. The latest came in early March when more than 300,000 Toyotas were recalled for air bag problems. In the same news cycle, the most popular U.S. vehicle, the Ford F-150, was under investigation for failing brakes. Pharmacy recalls are reported on an almost daily basis, numbering hundreds of thousands of units.
In the U.S., as regulators extend their reach to oversee the global supply chains for food manufacturers, look for the frequency and breadth of product recalls to increase.
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