The recall involves tea lights sold under the brand names Chesapeake Bay Candle and Modern Light. The candles are various colors. They were sold in sets or with tea light containers. Tea lights from the below sets are involved with this recall. Only tea lights that do not have any lettering imprinted on the bottom of the tea light cup are included in this recall.
|Fred Meyer||Chesapeake Bay Candle||36-piece plastic tea light set||August 2009 through February 2011||About $12||754870634000, 754870687846
|Super Value||Modern Light||Halloween votive holder with tea light, various scents||August 2010 through November 2010||About $1||754870668128, 754870668135, 754870668142
|Target||Chesapeake Bay Candle||Home Scents 12-count tea light candles, various scents||July 2009 through February 2011||About $4||754870479250, 754870479328, 754870479397, 754870479441, 754870479496, 754870479540, 754870479649, 754870481147, 754870490583, 754870528262, 754870528347, 754870528361, 754870657689, 754870657726, 754870657764, 754870606458, 754870684333, 754870703386, 754870703423, 754870606359, 754870633416, 754870659072, 754870659119, 754870659157, 754870684296|
|Target||Chesapeake Bay Candle||Sweet Delights 12-count tea light candles, various scents||January 2010 through February 2011||About $5||754870658693, 754870658709|
|Target||Chesapeake Bay Candle||Sentiments 12-count tea light candles, various scents||February 2010 through June 2010||About $5||754870658334, 754870658341|
|TJX/Marshall’s/Homegoods||Chesapeake Bay Candle||Boo Flicker||July 2010 through November 2010||About $5||754870700026|
|Wegmans||Modern Light||Four-piece Treetop Tealights, various scents||November 2010 through December 2010||About $6||754870686580|
Consumers should immediately stop using the candles and return them to the store where purchased for a store merchandise card equal to the purchase price.
Pacific Trade has received one report of the plastic cup melting while in use. No injuries or property damage have been reported.
Fred Meyer, Home Goods, Marshalls, Super Value, Target, TJ Maxx and Wegmans stores nationwide between July 2009 and February 2011 for between $1 and $12.
Pacific Trade International Inc. of Rockville, Md."
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