Baby product company Munchkin has issued a voluntary recall of thousands of its pacifiers sold in Canada.
The recall affects almost 16,000 of the brand's Latch Lightweight Pacifier & Clip sets, sold between July 2014 and February 2016, according to Health Canada.
An image of the recalled pacifier sets. (Munchkin/Facebook)
The pacifiers themselves are not the problem. On the company's Facebook page, Munchkin said the coating on the decorative disc can weaken it in "certain environmental conditions " and detach. The detached disc can be a choking hazard.
Customers with an affected product can contact Munchkin for a replacement, the company said.
Health Canada has more information about the recalled products and their item numbers here.
For more information on the recall, visit Munchkin's website.
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