The Austrian Federal Ministry for Social Affairs, Health, Care and Consumer Protection has issued a warning (via AGES). A manufacturer’s teething aid caused an infant to suffocate and is now being recalled entirely due to the high risk it poses to other children.
This affects the product “Mushroom Teether Toys for Newborn Babies, Toddlers, Infants, Relieve Sore Gum – BPA-Free Chew Toy” sold through platforms such as Amazon, Wish, eBay and Joom.
The product has the following identification numbers:
Customers who have purchased the product should under no circumstances give it to their infant. Instead, the authority recommends disposing of the product directly or returning it to the retailer.
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The original of this article “Teething aid for small children is being recalled across Europe” comes from chip.de.