• Family Dollar is recalling more than 400 personal-care products at stores around the country.
  • The items were "stored outside of labeled temperature requirements," according to the FDA. 
  • The recall comes two months after Family Dollar closed an infested distribution center in Arkansas. 

Family Dollar is recalling hundreds of personal-care products that were improperly stored, according to the Food and Drug Administration

The voluntary recall includes more than 400 products such as cough syrup, toothpaste, sunscreen, and hand soap, among others. The products were "stored outside of labeled temperature requirements" and accidentally shipped out to stores around the country between May 1, 2022 and June 10, 2022, according to the FDA. 

A spokesperson for Dollar Tree, the parent company of Family Dollar, did not immediately respond to Insider's request to comment, though the FDA noted that the company has not received any customer complaints or reports of illness.

Family Dollar has reached out to affected stores "asking them to check their stock immediately and to quarantine and discontinue the sale of any affected product," according to the FDA.

Customers who purchased a recalled product can return it to their Family Dollar store, with or without a receipt,  for a refund. 

The recall comes just two months after the company permanently closed its distribution center in Arkansas after federal investigators found live and dead rodents, dead birds, and animal droppings there. During the FDA's fumigation, inspectors found more than 1,100 rodents. 

In response to the findings, Family Dollar temporarily closed hundreds of stores and issued another recall on impacted products. 

You can view the full list of products from Family Dollar's most recent recall here

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