Kids’ Denim Jeans Recalled by Meijer Over Choking Threat

Posted on December 27, 2012

Denim jeans meant to be worn by toddlers and infants are being recalled by the Grand Rapids, Michigan-based Meijer Distribution.  The recall affects around 140,500 pairs of Falls Creek Kids-branded pants that were sold at HEB and Meijer stores between this past June and November.  These pants have a front snap that could potentially detach, thus creating a choking risk should the child wearer get ahold of it.  No incidents have been reported thus far.  Parents and guardians are being asked to take the clothing away from their children and bring the pants back to the store for a refund.

Click here to learn more about the recall.

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