Recalls this week: baby rattles, hooded jackets
About 12,000 Manhattan Toy Quixel baby rattles have been recalled in the United States and Canada. The plastic rattles have arches in red, orange, green, and blue with sliding beads on each of the arches. The arches are held together by a single string of red, white and blue elastic and can break, creating small pieces that pose a choking hazard. The products were sold with and without boxes. “Manhattan Toy” is printed on one of the arches. They were sold at specialty toy and baby stores nationwide, in Canada, and online at manhattantoy.com from September 2011 through October 2013.
For information, call Manhattan Group at 800-541-1345 or visit manhattantoy.com and click on “RECALLS” at the bottom of the home page.
Wearever Girl brand girl’s long sleeve zip-up 100 percent cotton hooded jackets sold as a set with brown pants have been recalled because the drawstring in the hoods could pose a strangulation hazard. The brown hooded jackets have thin aqua, light pink and light green horizontal stripes and were sold in girl’s sizes 7 to 16. There is a brown, flat drawstring around the neck of the jackets. “Wearever Girl” is printed on a label on the back inside neck of the jackets and on the pants. They were sold at Burlington Coat Factory in August 2013.
For information, call David’s Place Off Price Clothing at 888-394-1398 or email email@example.com for more information.