According to multiple Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) notices, Target has recalled 480,000 infant swimsuits and swimwear due to a choking hazard.
The recall involves approximately 299,000 Cloud Island baby rompers and 181,000 Cat & Jack infant jumpsuits.
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According to the agency’s warning, the buckle of the windbreaker on the swimsuit is defective and may break or detach, “creating a risk of suffocation and cuts to children.”
The recall started after 27 such incidents were reported, including “a report of cut injuries.”
Cat & Jack Summer Blue Lemon, Coral Icon Story Hawaiian and Moxie Peach Lemon one-piece swimsuits have been sold online and in Target stores nationwide.
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According to the US Consumer Product Safety Commission, baby slings have also been recalled for defective buckles, which may break or fall off their clothes, “creating a risk of suffocation, cuts and pinching to children.”
To date, there have been 16 reports of snaps broken, separated or completely missing on jumpsuits. According to reports, in some cases, the child was scratched and pinched.
The recall includes Yundao Beach Baby Boutique Jumpsuits, Yundao Little Peanuts and Real Navy Jumpsuits, Yundao Small Wildflowers and Happy Mint Jumpsuits, Yundao Oh Bees and Pink Jumpsuits and Yundao Flower Fields and Mint Jumpsuit.
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These products are sold in Target stores across the country as well as online at Target.com, GoogleExpress.com and Shipt.com.
The agency stated that in both cases, consumers should return the affected products for a refund.