Health Canada recalls pacifier brand due to choking hazard – CTV

Dec. 15, 2022

Health Canada posted a recall for a line of pacifiers on Wednesday due to fears that they could pose a choking hazard for infants.

The recall includes the Zoli binki T. Pacifier + Teether, which came in up to eight different colour schemes and shapes.

“Health Canada’s sampling and evaluation program has determined that the pacifier handle can detach, releasing small parts that may pose a choking hazard to young children,” the recall stated.

Around 433 of the included products, which are originally made in Taiwan and imported by a company in Markham, Ont., have been sold in Canada between April and December.

The recall noted that no injuries have been reported to Health Canada as of Dec. 6.

The product came in “ash,” “mist” and “blush” colourings, with the ring portion of the pacifier sculpted to look like a circle, hedgehog, dinosaur or whale. A full list of the recalled products along with images is available on Health Canada’s website.

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