Approximately 180,000 Munchkin pacifiers, the style “Latch TM lightweight pacifiers and clips,” have been recalled due to choking hazards. Sold as a set with a pacifier and clip, they contain a clip cover that can come off and as such, present a choking hazard to your little ones. 
The pacifiers were sold between March 2014 and March 2016 in stores across the US like Target, Amazon, Babies R Us, and Wal-Mart. They have also been stocked online at Munchkin.com, where parents could order the pacifiers straight to their homes. They retailed anywhere from $11 to $15.
The pacifiers were available in five different designs and several different patterns for babies 0-6 months and 6 months and older. The Consumer Product Safety Commission website lists the following designs as subject to recall:
“The pacifiers were sold in five styles: designer, rattle and heartbeat clips with 0m+ natural shape pacifiers, and designer and rattle clips with 6m+ orthodontic pacifiers. The designer pacifiers and clips 0m+ and 6m+ are in three color patterns: blue and white strips, orange and with white polka dots and pink with white polka dots. The rattle pacifiers and clips 0m+ and 6m+ are green with beads in the pacifier cover to make a rattle sound and have a polka dot strap. The heartbeat pacifiers and clips have a red, heart-shaped pacifier cover and red and white polka dots on the strap.” 
Though there have been 10 formal complaints to Munchkin for the faulty product, no children have been injured thus far.
They are issuing a full refund or replacement for anyone who returns the product. You can do this by calling 877-242-3134 and speaking to a representative at Munchkin. Lines are open between 7am and 5PM Monday through Friday. Parents can also get refunds or replacements for the pacifier at Munchkin.com. The company is asking that anyone who owns this product not let it near their child, as it could create unwanted hazards. 
Though Munchkin is located in Van Nuys, California, its recalled products were produced in China. No other products from their line have been affected thus far.
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