June 23, 2022

Electrolux Refrigerators Recalled For Ice Maker Choking Hazard

Electrolux Refrigerators, including Frigidaire models, are being recalled because of an ice maker choking hazard. The ice level detector arm in these refrigerators can break into pieces and fall into the ice bucket. Electrolux has received 185 reports of the ice level detectors breaking, including one report of gum lacerations. The refrigerators were sold at Home Depot and appliance stores nationwide and online at Frigidaire's web site from April 2020 through March 2022 for between $1,200 and $4,300. The refrigerators were manufactured in the United States, Mexico, and Thailand. About 367,500 units were sold in the United States, and about 7,180 were sold in Canada. The recall is for 13 models of Frigidaire refrigerators and one Electrolux refrigerator model. The refrigerators … [Read more...]

Lovevery Drinking Cups with Handle Recalled For Choking Hazard

Lovevery Drinking Cups are being recalled because the handle can detach from the steel cup. This poses a choking hazard for young children. The company has received 70 reports of the handle of the drinking cup becoming partly or completely detached, including two incidents where a child had the cup handle in their mouth. No choking injuries have been reported to date in connection with this issue. The recalling firm is Lovevery Inc. of Boise, Idaho. The recall is for a stainless steel drinking cup that is included in Lovevery's Inspector Play Kits that are intended for children age seven to eight months. The recalled cups have a handle and measure 2.25 inches tall. Only cups with a handle are included in this recall. The cups were sold online at the company's web site from July … [Read more...]

Bebe au Lait Teethers Recalled For Possible Choking Hazard

Bebe au Lait Teethers are being recalled for a possible choking hazard. The string that connects the beads on the teether can break, which will release the beads. There have been no injuries reported connected to this problem, but the company has received six reports of detached bands, and one child placed a bead in their mouth. The recalling firm is Bebe au Lait of Santa Clara, California. About 8,600 units were sold in the United States, and 10 units were sold in Canada. The teether were available for purchase at Target and various other stores nationwide. They were also sold online at the company's website, at Zulily, and other websites from May 2019 through October 2021 for about $15.00. This product was manufactured in China. The recall is for 12 different types of wooden … [Read more...]

FRIGG Silicone Pacifiers Recalled For Possible Choking Hazard

FRIGG Silicone Pacifiers are being recalled for a possible choking hazard, according o the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC).  The base of the silicone nipple has a fine slit that can cause it to detach from the plastic shield. No injuries have been reported to date in connection with this issue. The recalling firm is Mushie & Co. The FRIGG silicone pacifiers were made in two designs: Classic and Daisy. The Classic design is a silicone nipple that is attached to a round plastic shield. The Dairy design has a round scalloped plastic shield. Each design was sold in two sizes: 0-6 months and 6-18 months. The name "FRIGG" is in raised letters on the handle of the shield. These pacifiers were sold in more than 40 colors. They were manufactured in Denmark by FRIGG Production … [Read more...]

Ryan and Rose Cutie Spoovel Utensil Recalled For Choking Hazard

Ryan and Rose Cutie Spoovel children's eating utensils are being recalled. The handle on the utensil can break off while the child is using it, releasing small parts, which pose a choking hazard for young children. About 17,750 of these products were sold in the United States. And about 110 of the utensils were sold in Canada. This product was manufactured in China and was imported by Ryan and Rose LLC of Bartlett, Tennessee. The Cutie Spoovel is a transitional eating utensil for young children and toddlers. It is made from 100% food grade silicone, with a plastic core, and comes in a set of two in various colors, including gray and pink. The handle is "easy grip" and the sides of the scoop are elevated to avoid spills. The words "Cutie Spoovel" are printed on the back of the … [Read more...]

CamelBak Caps Recalled For Possible Choking Hazard

CamelBak Products of Petaluma, California is recalling CamelBak caps that were sold with Camelback's Podium and Peak Fitness water bottles because they can pose a choking hazard. A small silicone valve in the caps can come loose and detach during use and may be swallowed. While there have been fourteen reports of the valve coming loose in the cap and detaching, no injuries have been reported to the company to date. Three date codes of these products are included in this recall. About 46,000 of these CamelBak caps have been recalled in the United States. In addition, about 13,000 of the caps were sold in Canada. The date codes of these recalled caps are H19039, H19063, and H19175. The codes are printed on the underside of the cap. The water bottles were sold in a variety of colors … [Read more...]

Eco Baby Spoons and Other Products Recalled For Choking Hazard

Eco Baby Spoons and Forks, Eco Feeding Spoons, and Eco Placemat Feeding Sets 4 PCS are being recalled for a possible choking hazard. These products were imported by Herobility AB of Sweden and were manufactured in China. The Feeding Set includes the Eco Feeding Spoon, which can break into small pieces, posing a choking hazard. The Eco Baby Spoons, the Eco Baby Fork, and Eco Feeding Spoon can all break apart. No injuries or incidents have been reported to the company to date. The recalled spoons and fork are made of a plastic compound and are different from the other Herobility spoons and forks sold in the United States, which are made from plastic handles and steel implements. The Herobility name and, in most cases, the date (month/2019) are on the underside of the recalled … [Read more...]

Tropique Assorted Fruit Jelly Bag and Jars Recalled For Choking Hazard

Comercial Mexicana Internacional Inc. in Bethpage, New York is recalling Tropique Assorted Fruit Jelly Bag and Tropique Jelly Animal Jar because they pose a potential choking hazard. These small jelly cups that contain carrageenan (seaweed extract) have been identified as a choking hazard in children. The potential hazard was discovered during a routine inspection by the New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets. These recalled jelly cups were sold in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, and Pennsylvania in retail stores. No adverse reactions have been reported to date in connection with this issue. The recalled products are all Tropique brand. They include Tropique Assorted Fruit Jelly 30/9 pcs in a 10.6 ounce plastic bag. The UPC number is 732068496333 and the best before … [Read more...]

Eishindo Mini Cup Jelly Recalled For Choking Hazard

Hadson (TOKO) Trading Company of Maspeth, New York is recalling Eishindo Mini Cup Jelly because the product is a potential choking hazard. Its size and consistency can make this product dangerous. Small jelly cups have previously been implicated in the choking deaths of children, according to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). No incidents of consumers choking have been reported to the company to date in connection with this product recall. The recalled product is Eishindo Mini Cup Jelly (50 pieces) (迷你果凍杯(大)) that is sold in 28.2 ounce bags. The product was sold nationwide in retail food stores. The UPC number on the product is 4970481000034. The product code that is printed on the label is E007. The potential choking hazard was noted after a discussion between the company and … [Read more...]

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, … [Read more...]

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