Range of baby products sold at major department stores across Australia recalled over choking fears
- Baby Playsuits sold at Best and Less have been recalled over choking fears
- The range features wool pom poms, which pose a chocking hazard if ingested
- Customers should stop using the product immediately or cut off the pom poms
A range of baby playsuits sold at Best & Less has been urgently recalled over fears children could choke on the material.
The department store issued the warning over its Baby Berry clothing line after defects were detected in products sold across the country from August 1 last year to January 21.
The range features wool pom poms, which can become detached in clumps due to loose threading, posing a choking and suffocation hazard if ingested by young children.
Affected products in the multi-colour rainbow pattern include items with SKU codes 1041668, 1041669, 1041670, 1041671, and 1041672.
Best & Less has issued a recall of its Baby Berry playsuit range over fears children could choke on the wool pom poms
Multi-colour leopard affected are items 1084725, 1084726, 1084727, 1084728, 1084729 while those from the multi-colour ditsy floral collection include products 1055055, 1055056, 1055057, 1055058, and 1055059.
Pink Famingo sets affected have SKU numbers, 1056781, 1056782, 1056783, 1056784, and 1056785.
Playsuits with an off white cherry pattern that have been recalled have SKU numbers 1040730, 1040731, 1040732, 1040733, and 1040734.
Navy Daisy garments impacted include items with SKU numbers 1078678, 1078679, 1078680, 1078682 and 1078683, while the yellow lemon garments ar 1084720, 1084721, 1084722, 1084723, and 1084724.
Customers should stop using the playsuit immediately and return the product to their nearest Best & Less store for a full refund immediately or cut off the pom poms on the garment.
For more information, customers are advised to contact Best & Less by phone or online to arrange the refund.
The range was sold at stores across the country from 1 August last year to 21 January, 2021