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330,000 Pacifiers are Voluntarily Recalled Due to a Choking Hazard

Nearly 330,000 Pacifiers were recalled this week due to a choking hazard. No injuries have yet been reported from the, which are being recalled by the Mushie & Co. The recall covers FRIGG silicone Pacifiers, which come in classic and daisy and more than 40 colors, according to the notice. Each design had two sizes: 0–6 months and 6–18 months.

The Pacifiers, which have “FRIGG” in raised letters on the handle, were sold at stores including TJ Maxx, Olivia and Jade, Lil’ Tulips and SpearmintLOVE, as well as on Amazon and the Mushie & Co. website, between April and December 2021. The notice said the Houston based company  “has received eight reports of the silicone nipple detaching from the plastic shield of the Pacifiers.”

The notice said that the customers should “immediately stop” using the Pacifiers and contact the company for a refund or credit.  Both Mushie and Co. and the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) issued recall alerts this week for the faulty, which pose a choking hazard due to a fine slit that can cause the nipple to detach from the plastic shield. No injuries have been reported, but Mushie and CPSC say there have been eight reports of the nipple detaching from the plastic shield in the U.S., and about 200 similar reports from outside the U.S.

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