Toy blocks recall over Choking Hazard

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After the product was found to be a serious risk to children, an urgent recall has been initiated for a children’s toy. Le Toy Van recalls toys blocks and advises consumers “immediately”According to a notice published by, the toys were discovered to be a choking hazard for young children. Health Canada.

Petilou Sensory Shapes are the subject of this recall. They were sold in Canada between January 2022 and June 2022. The retailer has released the following information: “sets sold prior to these dates are not affected by this recall.”Made in China, these toy blocks have a unique feature: “sensory shapes multi-coloured matching board”The set includes nine wooden blocks. Petilou Sensory Shapes from Le Toy Van model number PL089 and barcode 5060023420891 are included in the recall. Also included in the recall are products model number 5060023420891 as well as batch number 429x/0821/PL089/CN and batch number 4302x/0821/PL089/CN. Around 209 units were sold.

After the discovery, the recall was made. “small parts may break away from the wooden blocks.”These small parts can pose a danger for young children. Le Toy Van did not receive any adverse incidents reports in connection to the recalled products as of July 6th. Consumers have been warned that these products pose a risk to their safety. “immediately stop using the recalled product and destroy it.”For a refund, consumers should contact the retailer with proof of purchase.

This recall is just the latest recall that has been made to affect popular toys for children because of choking fears. Following the recall of Le Toy Van toys, this Le Toy Van block recall is now. Shake Look Touch books. Scholastic issued the multi-country recall after multiple reports that the book’s pompoms had detach from books. This made them a danger to young children and was prompted by numerous complaints. About 185,700 of the recalled books were sold in America, while an additional 1,500 were sold in Canada.

The Children’s Place previously recall several baby boy clothing products. After multiple incidents reporting snaps of rompers falling apart, the retailer recalled those items. Although no injuries were reported, the rompers were found to be a choking hazard for young children and prompted an immediate recall. Following a 2018 recall, the company issued a similar recall. It was after it became apparent that children’s snowsuits had metal snaps.

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