September 4, 2002
- "Bottle Cap Bear" Key Chains Recalled by Team Beans LLC
In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), Team Beans LLC, of East Brunswick, N.J., is recalling about 8,000 "Bottle Cap Bear" key chains. A miniature "Coca-Cola" bottle that attaches to the body of the plush bear key chain can come off, posing a choking hazard to young children. Team Beans LLC imported the key chains as part of a licensing agreement with The Coca-Cola Co.
April 18, 2002
- Harry Potter Key Chains Recalled by Hallmark
In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, (CPSC), Hallmark Cards Inc., of Kansas City, Mo., is voluntarily recalling about 7,000 Harry Potter key chains. The key chains can leak petroleum distillates, which can pose an ingestion hazard to children.
January 13, 2000
- Skateboard Keychains Recalled by Vermont Teddy Bear
April 8, 1998
- Tweety Key Rings Recalled by Warner Bros. Stores
In cooperation with the U.S. ConsumerProduct Safety Commission (CPSC), Warner Bros. Stores Inc.,of Burbank, Calif., is recalling about 2,500 Tweety WaterTimer Game Key Rings. The key rings contain ethylene glycol,commonly found in antifreeze, that could leak. Ethyleneglycol can poison young children if swallowed.
April 26, 1995
- Key Chains Recalled by Philip Morris And Cyrk
In cooperation with the U.S. ConsumerProduct Safety Commission (CPSC), Philip Morris U.S.A. ofNew York, N.Y., is recalling approximately 500,000 keychains imported by Cyrk Inc. of Gloucester, Mass. The keychains are not hazardous if used as intended. However, theycontain liquid petroleum, which can pose a hazard to youngchildren if they ingest the liquid or inhale it into theirlungs.