Half A Million One-Piece Infant Garments Recalled Due to Choking Hazard from Buttons

A recall has been issued for nearly 500,000 one-piece infant garments manufactured by Precious Cargo, which are similar to “onesies”, due to a risk that the snaps may detach from the fabric and pose a choking hazard for infants and young children. 

The Precious Cargo infant one-piece garments recall was announced by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) on August 6, following reports that suggested the snaps may detach when pulled or chewed on. While no injuries or incidents have been reported to date, this could pose a serious risk of infants choking on the small pieces.

The Precious Cargo infant one-piece garments are similar to the popular brand-name “Onesie” style infant clothes, which feature one piece with three snaps at the bottom. This allows for the garment to slip over the infant and snap on at the bottom for closure.

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The garments are being recalled due to the potential choking hazards posed by the snaps loosening and detaching from the fabric, which could become lodged in children’s throats if swallowed.

The recall affects about 479,000 Precious Cargo infant one-piece garments with style number CAR40 that is printed on a white label sewn into the left inside seam. The one-piece’s are 100% cotton and were sold in sizes 6M, 12M, and 18M in a variety of colors including athletic heather, aquatic blue, candy pink, clover green, jet black, lime, navy, purple, red, royal, sangria, white and yellow.

The garments have the name brand “Precious Cargo” and an elephant printed on a blue tag sewn into the neck area. Some pieces may have corporate or community organization logos on the front as a portion of the recalled garments were sold as promotional products.

The infant one-piece clothes were manufactured in Vietnam under SanMar Corp. of Issaquah, Washington where they were sold by promotional product distributors, screen printers, embroiderers and gift shops from July 2014 through July 2015 for roughly $4.

Caregivers are being asked stop dressing infants with the recalled pieces and contact Precious Cargo at 888-770-7018 or visit them online at www.preciouscargokids.com for instructions on how to return the product for a full refund.

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