Baby Bracelets and Pacifier Clips Recalled For Lead
WASHINGTON (AP) — A Utah company is recalling 900 bracelets for babies and pacifier clips because they contain high levels of lead.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission said Monday that a 10-month-old girl received medical treatment for elevated lead levels after being exposed to one of the baby bracelets.
The bracelets were manufactured in the United States by Allreds Design, which is doing business as Hidden Hollow Beads. They were sold by resale and consignment stores around the country between June and December 2008.
Owners of the recalled items can call the Fort Duchesne-based company for a free replacement at 866-695-3551.