June 18th, 2010
The Consumer Products and Safety Commission has issued recalls on three products for babies and young children. Consumers are advised to immediately stop using all three products. Pictures of each product can be found by clicking on the links provided.
Kiwi Industries has recalled three types of infant apparel sold nationwide because snaps on the clothes have been reported to detach and pose a choking hazard. The recalled garments are short-sleeve onesies, long-sleeve onesies, and short sleeve rompers. Read more.
Target has recalled two types of children’s belts sold in stores nationwide. The black and brown Cherokee boys belts and pink and white Circo girls belts contain lead paint and do not meet the federal standard for lead. Read more.
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