July 28, 2014—Mayborn USA recalled its Tommee Tippee Monitor with Movement Sensor Pad, because a child can pull the sensor-pad cord into the crib and wrap the cord around his/her neck.
July 23, 2014—Dream on Me recalled its Dinah high chair, because the leg or side opening of the chair can allow a child’s body to pass through and become trapped at the neck or fall from the chair.
July 23, 2014—Oeuf recalled its Sparrow crib, because the slats/spindles and top rail can become detached and pose an entrapment hazard to children.
July 2, 2014—Graco Children’s Products recalled certain rear-facing children’s car seats that were manufactured from July 2010 through May 2013 because they have a defective harness buckle.
The recalled product was sold at specialty boutiques nationwide and online at julievos.com from January 2014 through February 2014. Julie Vos received a report of a scarf that caught on fire.
June 20, 2014—The batteries that were used in the transmitter might fail to emit a low-battery warning, which could lead the user to believe that the transmitter is functioning properly even when it isn’t.
June 20, 2014—Reebok-CCM recalled its TCPRE Senior and Junior Goalie Throat Collar, because a skate blade might be able to penetrate the collar, which poses an injury risk to the user.
June 17, 2014—Lea Industries recalled Lea Covington and Hannah Collection bunk beds that have an attached bookcase.
June 6, 2014—Rite Aid recalled Thrifty Mint ‘n Chip ice cream, because it might contain pistachios, which aren’t listed on the ingredient label.
June 4, 2014—Phil&teds recalled its Travel System 26 car-seat adapter for strollers, because the plastic adapter that’s used to connect an infant car seat to a stroller can crack, become unstable and break during use.
June 4, 2014—Hill’s Pet Nutrition recalled Science Diet Adult Small & Toy Breed dry dog food, because it might be contaminated with salmonella.
May 30, 2014—Pet Center recalled its Lamb Crunchy’s dog treats, because the product might be contaminated with salmonella.
May 28, 2014—Empress Arts recalled its children’s pajamas, because they don’t meet federal flammability standards for children’s sleepwear, which can pose a risk of burn injuries to children.
May 28, 2014—Hamilton Beach recalled its bébé All-in-One Baby Food Maker, because use of the food processor’s slicing/shredding disc with the motor shaft adapter can cause the stainless steel pin in the lid of the food bowl to loosen and fall into processed food.
May 22, 2014—Lakeshore Learning Materials recalled its Bristle Builders block toys set for toddlers, because the base of the three animal figures that are included in the set can detach.
May 15, 2014—H&M recalled its girls’ leggings, because a part of the belt can detach, posing a choking hazard to young children.
May 9, 2014—Runway Global recalled its girls’ Sugarfly Peacoat, because the drawstring tie that’s sewn into the side seam at the waist could become snagged or caught in small spaces or vehicle doors.
May 1, 2014—RMP recalled its Ripzone Hooligan hooded jacket for boys, because the jacket’s drawstring can pose a strangulation hazard.
April 30, 2014—FXR Factory Racing recalled its jackets for children, because the drawstrings can pose a strangulation hazard to children.
April 29, 2014—Ikea expanded its recall of wall-mounted lamps, because children can get entangled in the electrical cord that hangs from the lamp, which poses a strangulation hazard.