Several recalls were announced this week, including ones for air bags, frozen food and sunflower seeds.
The latest list includes:
Takata air bags
Items recalled: Takata has expanded its air bag recall to include up to 40 million vehicles, affecting 23 percent of all U.S. vehicles, according to Department of Transportation.
Why: The air bag inflator may rupture, posing a safety risk. There have been 10 deaths and more than 100 injuries related to this recall, according to the DOT.
More details: A total of 14 automakers are affected by the recall, including models dating back to 2001. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration has published a list of affected vehicles, which will be updated to include this recall when the information becomes available, according to the site.