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The recalled glass food storage cubes are sold in a set of four with colored, rubberized plastic lids and fit into one storage tray. The cubes are sold in 2-ounce and 4-ounce sizes. The lid colors and trays of the affected lot of 2-ounce cubes include blue, green and pink. The lid colors and trays of the affected 4-ounce cubes include blue, green, pink and yellow. "green sprouts" is molded into each plastic lid, on edges of the matching plastic storage tray and on the bottom of each quadrant of the storage tray. "green sprouts® by i play., Inc." and "Made in China" are molded into the bottom of each glass cube. On the bottom of the plastic storage tray is a tracking dial with one of the following markings:
An arrow that points to "11" and the numbers on the sides of the arrow read "4" on the left of the arrow and "1" on the right.
An arrow that points to "5" and the numbers on the sides of the arrow read "1" on the left of the arrow and "5" on the right.
CPSC and the firm are aware of 23 reports of incidents. No injuries have been reported.
Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled food cubes and contact i play. for instructions on receiving a coupon toward the purchase of a new i play. product and shipping.
buybuy Baby and Whole Foods nationwide and online at amazon.com, babyhaven.com, diapers.com, drugstore,com and target.com from June 2015 through December 2015 for about $15 for the 2-ounce size and $20 for the 4-ounce size.
i play., inc., of Asheville, N.C.
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