Recent Child Product Recalls
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission announced three children’s product recalls this week- recalls include a sippy cup from Target, a baby rattle by Manhattan Group, and girls' drawstring jackets from Ross.
Target Home Bunny Sippy Cup Recall
- 264,000 “Target Home Bunny Sippy Cups” have been recalled due to a child injury hazard.
- According to the recall notice, the ear located toward the top of the cup may poke children in the eyes while in use.
- There have been 6 reports of injuries (3 out of 6 of those reports involved cuts or bruises).
- The sippy cups were sold at Target stores nationwide from February to April 2012.
Whoozit Starry Time Rattle Recall
- The “Whoozit Starry Time Rattle” has been recalled by Manhattan Group due to a choking hazard.
- According to the recall notice, the spheres (located on each end of the rattle) can break causing small parts to spill out. This poses as a choking hazard to small children.
- The manufacturer, Manhattan Group, has received 2 reports of rattles breaking.
- The recalled rattles were sold at specialty toy and baby stores nationwide from September 2011- March 2012.
Girl’s Jacket Recalled from Ross
- About 13,000 “Me Jane Kids” and “B-Hip Kids by Me Jane” girls’ jackets have been recalled by Louise Paris Ltd. due to an entanglement hazard.
- According to the recall notice, the drawstrings located at the waist of these jackets could potentially strangle a child.
- The recalled jackets come in various sizes, colors, and styles.
- The jackets were sold at Ross Stores Inc. nationwide from November 2011- January 2012.
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