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Asda dummies: Choking risk

Asda recalls own brand dummy

Asda Little Angels Cherry Soothers

The Little Angels Cherry Soothers have been withdrawn from sale after a customer complaint that the rubber teat became detached from the rest of the dummy.  This could pose a choking risk for your baby.

The soothers come in a two-pack in either pink or blue and have the barcode 0505244962706. 

Which? baby expert Olivia Howes says: ‘We know how important it is to keep your baby safe which is why we carry out safety checks on all the baby equipment that we test, including cots and pushchairs. If you’re worried about this recent dummy recall check the barcode or call Asda’

What to do if you have this Asda soother

Asda advises customers who own this dummy to either dispose of it or return it to an Asda store. You don’t need your receipt to get a full refund.

It also said that customers who would like further information can get in touch by calling Asda customer relations on 0800 952 0101.

Which? child safety testing

At Which? we take child safety very seriously and our tests go beyond the legal standards to make sure your baby is kept safe.  

Our child car seat testing involve far more stringent tests than required by the UK standard and more accurately reflects what happens in a real crash situation. We crash test at higher speeds and include a side-impact test, something which the current standard ignores. 

Read our child car seat reviews to find out more about how we test.

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