FRIGG Classic and Daisy Silicone Pacifiers recalled due to Choking Hazard

1/21/2022 6:20:00 AM

🚨 Recall Alert 🚨 This super popular paci and the daisy version have been recalled due to a choking hazard

IssueConsumer products » Choking hazardWhat to doImmediately stop using the recalled pacifiers and contact Mushie & Co, LLC for a full refund or credit.PreviousNextAffected productsThis recall involves FRIGG silicone pacifiers, which came in two designs: Classic and Daisy. The Classic design consists of a silicone nipple attached to a round plastic shield. The Daisy design consists of a silicone nipple attached to a round scalloped plastic shield. Each design came in two sizes: 0–6 months and 6–18 months. The name"FRIGG" appears in raised letters on the handle of the pacifier shield. The FRIGG silicone pacifiers were sold in over 40 colors.

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Over 330,000 pacifiers recalled due to choking hazardOver 330,000 FRIGG silicone pacifiers have been recalled as they pose a potential choking hazard, according to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission.

Mushie & Co. recall pacifiers due to possible choking hazardThe U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission announced Wednesday the recall of more than 300,000 pacifiers due to a possible choking hazard.

Pacifiers sold at TJ Maxx, Amazon, other retailers recalled over choking hazard concernsMushie & Co issued the recall for over 300,000 FRIGG Silicone Pacifiers because the 'silicone nipple has a fine slit that can cause the nipple to detach from the plastic shield,' according to the warning notice posted by the CPSC.

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FRIGG Classic and Daisy Silicone Pacifiers Issue Consumer products » Choking hazard What to do Immediately stop using the recalled pacifiers and contact Mushie & Co, LLC for a full refund or credit.Share on Pinterest Share on LinkedIn (Gray News) - Over 330,000 FRIGG silicone pacifiers have been recalled as they pose a potential choking hazard, according to the U.According to the agency, Mushie & Co.recalled because they pose a choking hazard, according to the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC).

Previous Next Affected products This recall involves FRIGG silicone pacifiers, which came in two designs: Classic and Daisy. The Classic design consists of a silicone nipple attached to a round plastic shield. Consumer Product Safety Commission . The Daisy design consists of a silicone nipple attached to a round scalloped plastic shield.S. Each design came in two sizes: 0–6 months and 6–18 months. They came in over 40 colors with different designs and sizes. The name"FRIGG" appears in raised letters on the handle of the pacifier shield. To date, no injures have been reported.

The FRIGG silicone pacifiers were sold in over 40 colors. The company that makes them said customers should stop using the product immediately.com and www. Issue The base of the silicone nipple has a fine slit that can cause the nipple to detach from the plastic shield, posing a choking hazard. As of January 13, 2022, the company has received no reports of incidents or injuries in Canada. Copyright 2022 Gray Media Group, Inc. What you should do Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled pacifiers and contact Mushie & Co, LLC for a full refund or credit For more information, consumers can contact Mushie & Co, LLC by telephone at 1-877-687-4431, by email at . No injuries have been reported.