April 19, 2001
- Children's Costumes recalled by Disney Store
In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), the Disney Store, of Glendale, Calif., is voluntarily recalling about 54,000 Princess Ariel (The Little Mermaid) costumes. Fabric used in these costumes can ignite readily and presents a serious risk of burn injuries in violation of the Federal Flammable Fabrics Act.
March 28, 2001
- CPSC, Levi Strauss & Co. Announce Recall of Infant and Toddler Garments
Levi Strauss & Co., of San Francisco, Calif., is voluntarily recalling approximately 349,000 Levi's infant (12-24 month) and toddler (2T to 4T) garments with metal inseam snaps. The recall involves 13 different products: two styles of jeans, seven styles of Koveralls and four styles of Shortalls. The garments are for girls and boys. The garments were sold from March 1999 to March 2001.
March 26, 2001
- Gymboree Children's Fleece Pants Recall
In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), The Gymboree Corp. (Gymboree®), of Burlingame, Calif., is voluntarily recalling about 125,000 children's fleece pants. The cord locks on the pants can break off, posing a choking hazard to young children.
March 21, 2001
- Arusa International Recalls Children's Bathrobes
Arusa International, of New York, N.Y., is voluntarily recalling about 1,175 children's bathrobes. These bathrobes are 100 percent cotton terry cloth and sold under the brand names Lollypop, Bath Magic and Color Block. The recalled robes are in sizes 0/2 4/6, 8/10, and 12 for the Lollypop and Color Block brands, and in sizes 1, 2/3, 4/6, 7/9, 10/12, and 13/15 for the Bath Magic brands. The web site www.bathrobesonline.com sold these robes from October 1999 through December 2000 for between $17 and $23.
January 29, 2001
- Infant Jumpsuits Recalled by Carter's®
January 18, 2001
- Ocean Pacific® Girls' Sweatshirts Recalled by Trends Clothing
January 17, 2001
- Children's Jeans and Overalls Recalled by Designer Classics LLC
January 9, 2001
- BBC International Ltd. Recall of Crayola® Toddler Boots
August 28, 2000
- Shirts and Rompers Recalled by The Children's Place
August 17, 2000
- Girl's Nightshirts and Swivel Rocker Chairs Recall
June 7, 2000
- Children's Robes Recalled by Federated Department Stores
June 5, 2000
- Sweatshirts & Infant Cargo Skirts Recalled by Jordache Ltd. & AMC
April 27, 2000
- Baby Garments Recalled by Healthtex
February 16, 2000
- Tommy Hilfiger Socks Recalled
February 15, 2000
- Infant and Toddler Jackets Recalled by Nordstrom Inc.
February 3, 2000
- Baby Garments Recalled by Shopko Stores
January 11, 2000
- CPSC, L.L. Bean Inc. Announce Recall of Children's Overalls
In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), L.L. Bean Inc., of Freeport, Maine, is recalling about 7,700 children's overalls. Snaps on these overalls can detach from the garments, posing a choking hazard to young children.
January 04, 2000
- CPSC, Nordstrom Inc. Announce Recall of Infant and Girls' Sweatshirts
In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), Nordstrom Inc., of Seattle, Wash., is recalling about 5,300 infant and girls' sweatshirts. Zipper pulls on these sweatshirts can detach from the garments, posing a choking hazard to young children.
December 9, 1999
- Children's Pajamas Recalled by Gap Inc.
In cooperation with the CPSC, Gap Inc., of San Francisco, Calif., is voluntarily recalling about 231,000 children's pajamas sold at Gap and Old Navy stores. The pajama sets fail to meet federal children's sleepwear flammability standards. The standards require sleepwear to be flame-resistant, and if the fabric ignites, the flame must self-extinguish. Failure to meet the flammability standards presents a risk of serious burns to children.
November 30, 1999
- Boys Jackets Recalled by J.C. Penney
In cooperation with the CPSC, J.C. Penney Co. Inc., of Plano, Texas, is recalling about 20,000 USA Olympic brand boys jackets. There are 7-inch drawstrings at the bottom of the jackets. Children could be dragged if the drawstrings catch in a vehicle's door, and suffer injury or death. J.C. Penney is not aware of any injuries or incidents involving these jackets. Since 1991, CPSC knows of 6 deaths and 8 injuries to children from coat drawstrings catching in bus or car doors. In 1996 CPSC issued guidelines for drawstrings on children's outerwear, which were subsequently incorporated into a voluntary standard. The standard limits bottom drawstrings on children's upper outerwear to 3 inches. J.C. Penney has been adhering to the voluntary standard and has implemented procedures to prevent future errors.