IDM Group LLC has recalled over 100,000 of their CareBearsTM Pacifiers due to tendency for the nipples to detach, posing a choking risk to the child, reports PRNewswire.
Around 119,000 pacifiers, manufactured in China and sold at various dollar, discount and children’s apparel stores across the U.S. between October 2009 and June 2012 for around $1, have been recalled because the nipples can disconnect from the pacifier base and pose a choking hazard to the child user. For this reason, they do not meet federal safety standards.
The recalled pacifiers and the clip attachment bear the copyright mark “TCFC” on them, and the nipples are composed of silicone.
There have been no injuries as a result of the defective pacifiers, but consumers are encouraged to take the pacifiers away from their children and contact IDM Group LLC to obtain a full refund. You can call IDM at (212) 686-5221 or visit them online at www.pacifierrecall.net.
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