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Fred Meyer Recalls “Chicken Dance” Easter Chicks Due to Hearing Damage Hazard

  • Dan-Dee “Chicken Dance” Easter Chick
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The toy's music can reach decibel levels that exceed ASTM F963 standard, posing a hearing damage hazard.
Recall Date:
May 30, 2013
About 1,000
Consumer Contact

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Recall Details


The recalled toy is a yellow chick in a furry multi-colored Easter egg shell that has a shell top with bunny ears and bright orange feet and nose. It has a music player and is approximately 9.5 inches tall.  The chick plays music and dances when the left wing is squeezed. The sewn-on label reads "DanDee Collector's Choice" and also has the manufacture date and batch number printed, as follows:  11/2012 120613670.  


Consumers should immediately stop using the toy and return it to the store where purchased for a full refund.  


No injuries have been reported.

Sold At

Select Fred Meyer stores in Oregon, Washington, Idaho and Alaska from February to March 2013 for about $20.


Fred Meyer, Inc., of Portland, Ore.


Fred Meyer, Inc., of Portland, Ore.

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