July 5, 2017—Burt’s Bees Baby recalled its Butterfly Garden infant coveralls, because the snap at the crotch of the coveralls might detach, which poses a choking hazard.
June 21, 2017—Britax Child Safety recalled the chest clips that are on certain B-Safe 35, B-Safe 35 Travel Systems, B-Safe 35 Elite, B-Safe 35 Elite Travel Systems and BOB B-Safe rear-facing infant child-safety seats, because the center tab that’s on the chest clip (marked “ABS”) might break. A broken tab might pose a choking hazard to a child.
June 19, 2017—United Pet Group recalled private-label brands of dog rawhide chew products that were distributed nationwide, because they were processed with a quaternary-ammonium compound mixture that might cause reduced appetite and gastric irritation, such as diarrhea and vomiting.
June 19, 2017—Vitakraft Sun Seed recalled certain Sunseed Parrot Fruit & Vegetable food and Sunseed SunSations rabbit food, because they might be contaminated with the bacterium Listeria monocytogenes, which can cause serious and sometimes-fatal infections in people who have a weakened immune system. If the animals consume Listeria-infected products, they might become carriers of the infection and might present a risk to humans.
June 8, 2017—Madison Mill recalled item No. 23 and item No. 25 foldaway/expandable safety gates, because a young child might fit her/his neck into the V-shaped opening that’s along the top edge of the gate, which poses entrapment and strangulation hazards. Also, a child might be able to pass under the gate to restricted areas, such as stairs.
May 24, 2017—Graco Children’s Products recalled certain Graco My Ride 65 convertible child restraints, because the child-seat webbing might not restrain a child adequately during a crash.
May 24, 2017—Dynacraft BSC recalled certain Surge and Tonka battery-operated ride-on toys, because the acceleration pedal that’s on the toy might stick, which poses fall and crash hazards.
May 24, 2017—Hobby Lobby Stores recalled battery-operated Easter- and July Fourth-themed light-up spinner toys, because the battery cover might detach and expose the small coin-cell batteries, which poses choking and ingestion hazards.
May 18, 2017—Douglas recalled three models of plush toys, because the plastic eyes that are on the toys might detach, which poses a choking hazard.
May 5, 2017—Combi USA recalled its Combi Shuttle travel systems, because the car seat might detach from the stroller’s frame, which poses a fall hazard to infants.
April 27, 2017—Zutano Global recalled its Cozie Booties for infants, because the non-slip rubber grips that are on the bottom of the booties might detach, which poses a choking hazard.
April 21, 2017—Razor USA recalled RipStik electric motorized caster boards, because the rear wheel might stop rotating and lock up while the caster board is being used, which poses a fall hazard.
April 5, 2017—Fred Meyer recalled its Kids Korner-branded children’s hooded sweatshirts and girls bomber jackets that have front zippers, because the zipper pull might detach from the sweatshirt or jacket, which poses choking and laceration hazards.
March 31, 2017—Sock and Accessory Brands Global recalled its John Deere infant baseball caps, because the button that’s on top of the cap might detach, which poses a choking hazard.
March 30, 2017—Target recalled its magnetic tic-tac-toe games, because the magnets might come off the game pieces, which poses a choking hazard. Also, when two or more magnets are swallowed, they might link together inside of the intestines and clamp onto bodily tissues. As a result, this might lead to intestinal obstructions, perforations, sepsis and death. Internal injury from magnets might pose serious lifelong health effects.
March 30, 2017—Juratoys U.S. recalled four models of Bricolo by Janod push-toy trolleys, because the trolley might tip backward, which poses an impact hazard.
March 3, 2017—Kids II recalled Oball rattles, because the clear-plastic discs that are on the outside of the ball can break and release small beads, which poses a choking hazard.
Feb. 24, 2017—Little Tikes recalled 2-in-1 Snug ’n Secure pink toddler swings, because the plastic seat can crack or break, which poses a fall hazard.
Feb. 23, 2017—Moose Toys recalled Little Live Pets Lil Frog and Lil Frog Lily Pad toys, because the batteries’ cap might become a projectile when the batteries are removed from the toy and the batteries’ chemicals might leak, which pose injury and chemical hazards.
Feb. 16, 2017—Britax recalled certain B-Agile and BOB Motion strollers that have Click & Go receivers, because a damaged receiver mount that’s on the affected strollers might cause the seat to disconnect from the stroller and fall unexpectedly, which poses a fall hazard to an infant in the car seat.