The eyes of the plush toys can break off, posing a choking hazard to young children.
This recall involves certain Bubba Bull (Style 45541) Plush Toys with date code 1945. The date code is printed on a white tag on the plush toys. The plush stuffed toys are brown with off-white bull horns and Mary Meyer is printed on the seam label.
Consumers should immediately stop using the recalled plush toys, take them away from young children and contact Mary Meyer to receive a free replacement. Upon return or verification of destruction, consumers will receive a replacement Bubba Bull plush, or a different plush of equivalent value.
The firm has received one report of an eye detaching from the plush toy. No injuries have been reported.
Mary Meyer Corporation, of Townshend, Vermont
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