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The Good and the Beautiful Recalls Math 1 and Math 3 Boxes Due to Laceration Hazard (Recall Alert)

  • Recalled The Good and the Beautiful Math 1 Box with Metallic Whiteboards
  • Recalled The Good and the Beautiful Math 3 Box with Metallic Whiteboards
Name of Product:
The Good and the Beautiful Math 1 and Math 3 Boxes with metallic whiteboards

The whiteboard attached to the boxes can become detached exposing sharp edges, posing a laceration hazard.

Recall Date:
May 25, 2023

About 103,200 (In addition, about 1,820 units sold in Canada)

Consumer Contact

The Good and the Beautiful anytime collect at 800-627-3097, email at or go online at for the Math 1 Box and for the Math 3 Box or and click on “Product Recall” at the bottom of the home page for more information.

Recall Details


This recall involves The Good and the Beautiful Math 1 and Math 3 boxes with metallic whiteboards. The boxes include lids with attached metallic whiteboards and labeled Math 1 or Math 3 on the lids, bottom, left side and right side. The Math 1 Box measures about 9 inches square and the Math 3 Box measures about 7 inches square.


Consumers should immediately take the recalled whiteboards away from children, discard them and contact The Good and the Beautiful to receive a free non-metallic replacement. Consumers should visit for the Math 1 Box and for the Math 3 Box to complete a form with their contact information. The Good and the Beautiful is contacting known consumers directly.


There have been four reports of the boxes detaching each resulting in minor lacerations.

Sold At:
The Good and the Beautiful store in Lehi, Utah, and online at from August 2021 through November 2022 for between $25 and $29.

The Good and the Beautiful, of Lehi, Utah

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