Baby pacifier safety recall

On December 31, 2010 Health Canada order a recall of Razbaby keep-it-kleenĀ® pacifiers. The pacifier (sometimes called a sucky or soother) has shields that are designed to close when it is dropped. Recalled pacifiers have 'Lot 1006' printed on the bottom right corner on the back of the packaging and on the knob of the pacifier.

Here is a list of the variety of styles all with 'Lot 1006':

  • Adam Airplane
  • Finley Clown Fish
  • Soccer Ball
  • Betty Butterfly
  • Kit Kitty
  • Pink Puppy
  • Blue Circles
  • Lola Ladybug
  • Purple Dots
  • Bobby Bear
  • Percy Puppy
  • Panky Panda
  • Designer Pink
  • Ethan Penguin
  • Pink-Circles
  • Elfy Elephant
  • Pink with Flowers / Hearts


What is the danger?

Health Canada's testing requires that, after pacifiers are boiled, they do not come apart when they are pulled on.

Testing by Health Canada has determined that the nipples of the recalled pacifiers may separate; these small components pose a choking hazard to young children.

At time of the recall Health Canada has received one complaint about the pacifier separating, with no reported injuries.

What should I do?

You need to take the recalled pacifiers away from your children and return them to the place where they were purchased to receive a full refund or exchange.

For more information, consumers may contact Kidcentral Supply Inc. at 1-877-218-0395.

How many were sold and where?

Approximately 27,860 units of the recalled pacifiers were sold at independent retail stores and at Toys R Us stores across Canada from August 2010 to December 2010.

The recalled products were manufactured in China. The manufacturer is Razbaby of Miami, Florida and the importer is Kidcentral Supply Inc., of Toronto, Ontario.

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