Bed Bath & Beyond Recalls Nearly 200,000 Comforters Over Mold Risk
Bed Bath & Beyond has announced a recall for nearly 200,000 comforter sold at retail locations nationwide and online due to concerns of possible mold contamination.
About the Bed Bath & Beyond Comforter Recall
NBC New York reports that the recall involves Hudson comforters by UGG. The comforters were manufactured in Hong Kong and imported and distributed by a New Jersey-based Bed Bath & Beyond affiliate.
Bed Bath & Beyond warns that the mold may pose a significant risk of respiratory and other infection in individuals with compromised immune systems, damaged lungs, or an allergy to mold.
Consumers are urged to stop using the comforter immediately.
Description of the Recalled UGG Comforters
The recalled polyester UGG Hudson comforters were sold in four different solid colors:
The comforters came in twin, full/queen, and king sizes, and were sold for $70, $90, and $110 respectively.
Recalled units were sold between August and October 2017.