WASHINGTON, D.C. (www.incnow.tv) --- The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission has recalled 140,500 pairs of kid’s jeans that were sold nationwide at Meijer stores.
Meijer is working with the USCP in the recall of Falls Creek Kids brand infant and toddler denim jeans sold from June through November, 2012.
The jeans in question have a pink star or heart design stitched on the outside front and back. (See our album photos of the recalled items.)
The recall involves both boys and girls denim jeans in sizes 12M-5T, the name Falls Creek Kids is printed on a tag sewn in the waistband.
The jeans in question have cargo pockets.
There could be choking hazard to smaller children if the snap on the front comes loose.
If you purchased any of the recalled jeans, parents should stop using them and bring them to their nearest Meijer customer service desk for refund.
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