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Consumers advised to carefully follow updated instructions for the Baby Bullet Food System
- Starting date:
- December 9, 2011
- Posting date:
- December 9, 2011
- Type of communication:
- Household Items, Affects children, pregnant or breast feeding women, Appliances
- Source of recall:
- Health Canada
- Product Safety
- General Public
- Identification number:
Health Canada is advising consumers to obtain updated user instructions for the Baby Bullet Food System.
The updated instructions remind consumers to make sure that the system's silicone gasket is installed correctly before each use. If not installed correctly, the gasket can come into contact with the moving blades, get cut into pieces, and mixed into the food. The resulting pieces are not likely to pose a choking hazard and are not toxic if ingested. The instructions also now indicate that the blade assembly, other plastic parts and gaskets be hand-washed to prevent the gasket from becoming loose.
Who is affected
Consumers who have purchased the Baby Bullet Food System.
What consumers should do
What Health Canada is doing
Health Canada is advising consumers about the proper use of the Baby Bullet Food System after four incidents involving the product in Canada were reported to Health Canada and two additional incidents were reported to the manufacturer, Baby Bullet, LLC. These incidents did not result in any injuries. Health Canada liaised with Baby Bullet, LLC as the company updated the product's instruction manual and added additional labelling to the Baby Bullet Food System.
Baby Bullet Food Systems
These products were sold online and at various retailers.
How to report problems with consumer products
- Report an Incident Involving a Consumer Product
- Phone: 1-866-662-0666 (calls will be routed to closest regional office)
Incident Report - Consumer Product Safety Directorate
123 Slater Street
Ottawa, ON, Canada, K1A 0K9
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