CareBears Pacifiers Recalled Due to Infant Choking Hazard

CareBears pacifiers recalled due to choking hazard

IDM Group LLC is has announced a recall of 119,000 CareBears pacifiers that fail to meet federal safety standards. The pacifier nipples can separate from the base, posing a choking hazard to your children.

The recalled pacifiers and their clip attachment feature CareBear figures and will have a 'TCFC' copyright mark on them. The pacifier nipples are made of silicone.

The pacifiers affected by this recall were sold at various discount and dollar stores, Walmart Puerto Rico, children's apparel stores and Consolidated Stores nationwide from October 2009 through June 2012.

The recalled pacifiers were made by Yi Wu Jiangyi Plastic Co., of China.

Consumers should immediately take the recalled pacifiers away from infants and contact IDM Group LLC for instructions on returning the product for a full refund.

For additional information on this recall, contact IDM Group at 212-686-5221.

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