Joe Fresh Recalls Striped Quilted Baby Jackets

Due to a choking hazard, Loblaw Companies has recalled Joe Fresh Baby Jackets

As of November 18th, 2015, Loblaw Companies Ltd. has recalled the Joe Fresh Striped Quilted Baby Jackets. The affected jackets can lose their buttons when pulled on by young children. This poses an unsafe choking hazard.

There have been no reports of injuries but Loblaw Companies Ltd. did receive one report of a child removing the button and placing it in their mouth.

There have been approximately 1223 units sold between September 2015 and October 2015.

If you have a jacket, stop using it immediately and return the product ot any Loblaw banner store where Joe Fresh is sold.

For UPCs and style codes, visit Health Canada

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