i play. Issues Recall for Glass Food Cubes Due to Breaking Hazard
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i play. Issues Recall for Glass Food Cubes Due to Breaking Hazard

January 29, 2016

A company specializing in infant products is issuing a recall for food containers.

Asheville-based i play. is recalling its green sprouts glass food cubes as the glass containers can break unexpectedly, posing a risk of injury. The company and the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) are aware of 23 incidents, none of which caused an injury.

About 68,000 containers are included in the announcement.

The recalled products are sold in a set of four with colored, rubberized plastic lids and fit into one storage tray. They are sold in two and four ounce sizes. The lid colors and trays of the affected 4-ounce cubes include blue, green, pink and yellow. green sprouts is molded into each plastic lid, on edges of the matching plastic storage tray and on the bottom of each quadrant of the storage tray. green sprouts by i play., Inc. and Made in China are molded into the bottom of each glass cube.

Consumers could purchase these items at Buy Buy Baby and Whole Foods nationwide, and online from June 2015 through December 2015 for about $15 for the 2-ounce size and $20 for the 4-ounce size.

Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled food cubes and contact i play. for instructions on receiving a coupon toward the purchase of a new product.

Customers with questions about the recall can contact i play. by phone at (800) 876-1574 or by email at contactus@iplaybaby.com.