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Baby Necessities pacifier recalled over choking hazard

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission is recalling Baby Necessities pacifiers because they pose a choking hazard to infants.

The pacifiers are banned under federal law because they failed federal safety tests when the nipples separated from the base.

The recall covers Baby Necessities pacifiers with a blue, heart-shaped mouth guard. The pacifiers were sold four to a pack. The words “Baby Necessities” are printed on the cardboard packaging.

Consumers should immediately take the recalled pacifier away from children and contact OKK Trading for a refund or exchange.

About 2,900 of the pacifiers were sold at discount stores across the United States from August 2007 through January 2009 for about $1 US.

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