Infant Clothes - Latest Info On Carhartt Infant’s Overalls Recall

Infant Clothes - Latest Info On Carhartt Infant's Overalls Recall

Infant Clothes - Latest Info On Carhartt Infant's Overalls Recall

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) and Health Canada (HC) recently announced a voluntary recall of certain “Carhartt” branded infant’s overalls, in cooperation with the distributor of these infant’s overalls, Lollytogs Ltd. of New York. This voluntary recall was issued with regards to a choking hazard associated with these infant’s overalls, and is understood to affect over 10,000 of these infant’s overalls, 8,300 of which were distributed in the United States and 2,000 of which were distributed in Canada. These infant’s overalls were distributed through retailers throughout the US and Canada, priced at around $25.

This recall was announced following the discovery that some of the snaps fitted to these infant’s overalls could detach from the garment and create a hazard of choking to infants and young children. No incidents or injuries regarding this potential choking hazard have been reported to date. This recall apples to “Carhartt” branded infant’s overalls with style numbers GG8500 (100% cotton canvas) and GG8501 (100% cotton knit). The infant’s overalls will either be brown or red in color, and were supplied in infant sizes 3, 6, 9, 12, 18 and 24 months. The “Carhartt” logo is prominently embroidered on to the front of the garment, and the style numbers are printed onto a label which is affixed to a sleeve of this garment. Consumers in possession of “Carhartt” branded infant’s overalls affected by this recall are requested to discontinue use of these garments immediately and to return them to the place of purchase, where they will be given a full refund or given store credit.

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