February 6, 1986
Pacifiers Recalled Because Of Possible Choking Hazards
In cooperation with the Consumer Product Safety Commission, Dan Brechner & Co., Inc., of Floral Park, New York, today announced a voluntary recall of CHUPETE AND BABY brand Pacifiers Nos. 985-060 and 969-644, because of a potential choking hazard. When these pacifiers were tested for compliance with the CPSC safety requirements, the nipples separated. The separated nipples could present a choking hazard. Neither Dan Brechner & Co., Inc., nor the CPSC know of any injuries or deaths associated with these pacifiers.