Children's Denim Jackets Recalled Due to Choking Hazard from Detaching Snaps

The snaps may accidentally detach from the jacket

Children's Denim Jackets Recalled Due to Choking Hazard from Detaching Snaps
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December 29, 2016

Tea Collection has issued a recall for roughly 500 children's denim jackets—as well as about 25 sold in Canada—because of a choking hazard.

The metal snaps can accidentally detach from the jacket, posing the hazard.

The affected items include children's knit blue denim jackets that have metal buttons and snaps. There is a tag reading Tea sewn inside the neck of the jackets, and an attached hangtag include style number 6F22400-405. The affected jackets were sold in sizes XS to XL (two through 12) at specialty and other stores across the country from August 2016 until December 2016 for around $60.

The company has received six reports of snaps falling off the jackets, but there have been no injuries reported.

Consumers are urged to take the jackets away from children immediately and to contact the company for a full refund.

For more information, consumers can reach Tea Collection at (866) 374-8747.