Children's toys with 'serious' choking and injury hazards recalled from Morrisons, TK Maxx and more

TK Maxx Morrisons stores

Children's products were recalled from TK Maxx and Morrisons

Sarra Gray

By Sarra Gray

Published: 05/09/2023

- 13:49

Updated: 30/10/2023

- 14:42

A number of children's toys and products have been recalled due to risks including a choking and chemical exposure

The products being recalled have been sold at retailers including TK Maxx and Morrisons.

Anyone who has bought the items should stop using them immediately.

Bop Bop Baby Lion Teether & Pacifier Clip Set

The product, sold in TK Maxx, has been recalled as small parts have been reported to fall off.

This is a choking hazard for children and a recall warning has been shared by the retailer. Anyone who has the item should not allow children to use it.

Bop Bop Baby Lion Teether & Pacifier Clip Set

One product posed a choking hazard


Brand: Danbar Cool Things Inc

Model Numbers: BBOPE-21-L orange lion teether & clip and BBOPE-12-P pink rainbow teether & clip

Product code: The product code shown on the price sticker and your receipt will be either 866389 or 866392

The product was branded as having a "serious" risk by the Office for Product Safety & Standards (OPSS).

ZURU Robotic Baby Shark Sing and Swim Bath Toy (with a plastic top fin)

Morrisons has an ongoing recall for the toy as it has a risk of injury to children.

A statement said: "ZURU is recalling this item as children using the toy, particularly in a bath or paddling pool, can slip and fall onto the hard plastic top fin of the Baby Shark and may suffer scratches, laceration, or puncture injuries.

"Please immediately stop using the Baby Shark Sing & Swim Bath Toy (with hard plastic top fin) and register for the recall to receive a refund at."

Skeleton Zombie Plush

A Skeleton Zombie Plush toy was recalled


Skeleton Zombie Plush

The OPSS shared a warning for a plush toy as it had a "serious" chemical risk.

A statement said: "The product presents a serious chemical risk as the suction cups contain excessive concentrations of phthalates. When tested, it was found to contain 0.2 ± 0.01 per cent DEHP, giving a potential range of 0.19 - 0.21 per cent DEHP.

"The sample therefore exceeds the specified maximum limit of 0.1 per cent by mass of the plasticised material, as the sum of the four phthalates. A young child playing with the product is exposed to the phthalates which can potentially harm a child’s health via cancer or non-cancer effects. The product also does not possess the required markings and labelling."

The brand name and model numbers were not shared so no further product identifiers are available.

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