218,000 Pieces of Infant Clothing Recalled Over Choking Risk

Posted on April 12, 2013

The Atlanta, Georgia-based William Carter Company has announced the recall of one piece cotton infant clothes.  Sold in sizes up to nine months, the clothing will have a label saying either Just One You, Baby B’Gosh, or Child of Mine.  On 218,000 pieces of clothing, the available zipper is in danger of falling off, and if the child grabs it, he or she could be choked if they attempt to consume the piece.  Thankfully, no such incidents have been reported at this time.  Sold online and across the country this past December and January, the clothes should be brought to the company for a refund.  They should not be given to kids.

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