October 24, 2021

Bonnsu Miniware Teething Spoons Recalled For Choking Hazard

Bonnsu Miniware Teething Spoons are being recalled because they can break when in a child’s mouth, posing a choking hazard. There has been one report of an infant who bit through the spoon, which separated inside the infant’s mouth.

The teething spoons are made from food grade silicone and are designed for use by infants who are in the teething stage, about 4 to 24 months. The spoons were sold in sets of two and were produced in these colors: gray, aqua, peach, key lime (green), cotton candy (pink), and lavender. The word “Miniware” is stamped in raised letters on the spoon handles.

These spoons were also sold in Meal Kits. The kits, called “First Bites,” include spoons, a bowl, a suction foot, and a lid. Those spoons were also available in gray, aqua, peach, key lime, cotton candy, and lavender.

And the spoons were sold in “Sip and Snack” kits. That kit includes a spoon, suction foot, and drinking cup. In that product, the spoons were offered in peach and gray.

About 32,200 units of these Bonnsu Miniware Teething Spoons were sold in the U.S. online on the company’s website, on Amazon, and in stores including Dillard’s, The Tot, Turquoise, The Mellowland, Mom Loves Me, and Bitte nationwide from December 2017 through March 2020. The products sold for between $14 and $42. This product was manufactured in Taiwan and was imported by Bonnsu LLC in Sausalito, California.

If you purchased any of these products that contained the spoons or the spoons themselves, stop  using them immediately. You can contact Bonnsu for a free replacement product.

Bonnsu Miniware Teething Spoons Recalled For Choking Hazard


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