A range of popular bibs sold across the country have been recalled, with fears that they may prove a choking hazard to babies.
What’s been recalled?
Best & Less are recalling their 10 pack of Baby Berry bibs in colours medium blue, light green and medium pink
Why were they recalled?
“The care label is not securely stitched into the binding of the bib,” Product Safety Australia says. “If the care label becomes detached from the bib, it may pose a choking hazard if ingested by a baby.”
Where was it sold?
Nationally at Best & Less stores between 10 November 2017 and 10 November 2018
Which bib styles are affected?
Bibs with the SKU numbers 299463 (medium blue) 299460 (light green) and 299465 (medium pink) have been recalled due to this choking hazard risk.
The SKU can be found on the product packaging as well as on the bibs’ care labels.
What should parents do if they have these bibs at home?
Parents should cut off the care labels – or alternatively return the product to their nearest Best & Less store for a full refund or an exchange.
Need more information?
For more information or to discuss concerns, contact Best & Less Customer Support on 1300 135 766 or visit http://www.bestandless.com.au.
You can read more details about this and other product recalls at Product Safety Australia.
More kids’ and baby products that have been recalled this year:
- Target just issued a recall on baby onesies because of a choking risk
- Medela breast pump recall: What you need to know
- Like “acid splashed in their eyes” – Popular swimming product recalled
- The ACCC recalls undersized cot mattresses due to risk of entrapment