New York-based Roberta Roller Rabbit is recalling approximately 32,000 children’s pajama sets after learning that the garments failed the federal flammability standard, possibly causing undue risk to kids, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) stated on April 23.
The recall involves children’s sleepwear sold in two styles: short-sleeve with shorts and long sleeve with pants. The affected pajamas were made available in different sizes and designs, and were distributed at Roberta Roller Rabbit sales outlets, other retail and wholesale stores, and online between January 2012 and February 2015. The products covered by the recall are those with a sewn-in label at the sleepwear’s neck. Garments with screen-printed labels are not covered.
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