Chewbeads’ Pacifier Clips Recalled Because of Choking Hazard

Chewbeads’ Pacifier Clips Recalled Because of Choking
Chewbeads’ Pacifier Clips Recalled Because of Choking

Chewbeads Inc., a New York company that makes teething jewelry for mothers to wear, has recalled more than 45,000 pacifier clips in the United States and Canada because of a possible choking hazard.

In the recall announcement, the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) said D-ring on the pacifier clip can break, allowing beads to detach, posing a choking hazard for the child. Chewbeads has received seven reports of beads detaching from the products, though there have been no reports of injuries, according to Fox News. Continue reading Chewbeads’ Pacifier Clips Recalled Because of Choking Hazard