Target recalls more than 400,000 pieces of babywear owing to safety hazards

 

Target, the renowned American fashion giant, is recalling more than 400,000 pieces of baby clothing owing to safety concerns.

There’s a fear that some of the snaps of babywear could break and may cause choking problems.

Though there are no reports of any choking or mishap happening, yet it is believed that some consumers have complained of some pieces coming off the babywear.

Consequently, the retailer has now recalled the aforementioned pieces of babywear that also includes some ‘Cat and Jack’ brand swimsuits as well as Cloud Island labels. These were sold both at bricks-and-mortar stores and online, but have now been removed from both channels.

More on the safety concern, Target said in its website that snaps can break or detach and thereby cause choking, laceration and pinching hazards to kids.

Meanwhile, those customers who have already bought the products can get refund by returning the babywear in-store or by getting a pre-paid shipping label from Target to return the products by mail.

Target, which is the 8th largest retailer in the US, generated US $ 75.356 billion in 2019.

 

 

 

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