Bottles, sippy cups for toddlers recalled due to lead poisoning hazard

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The manufacturer says the recalled bottles and cups' bottom base can break off, exposing a solder dot that contains lead
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The country’s Prices and Consumer Affairs Division has advised consumers of a product recall on Green Sproutsstainless steel straw bottles, sippy cups, and sip and straw cups which may contain lead, posing a poisoning hazard to children.

According to the manufacturer, this recall involves 6oz and 8oz cups and bottles. The recalled double-walled stainless steel bottles were sold in aqua, pink, green, and navy colours with one of three closure options: a silicone sippy spout with a coloured plastic lid, collar and handle; a silicone sippy spout and a straw spout with a coloured plastic lid, collar and handle; or a silicone straw with plastic screw-on flip cap.

The tracking number is printed on the bottom base. The bottles were sold in one of two sizes as indicated:

Size                  Description                                          Tracking numbers

6 oz                  stainless steel sippy cup                      29218V06985 or 35719V06985

6 oz                  stainless steel sip and straw cup         33020V06985

8 oz                  stainless steel straw bottle                   29218V06985 or 35719V06985

The recalled bottles and cups were sold from January 2020 through September 2022. The Division is advising consumers who may have purchased these products to discontinue use and return them to the place of purchase for a full refund.

According to the manufacturer, the recalled bottles and cups’ bottom base can break off, exposing a solder dot that contains lead. Lead is toxic if ingested by young children and can cause adverse health effects.

Members of the public may also contact the Prices and Consumer Affairs Division at 462-4347 or [email protected] for additional information or assistance.

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