About 40 units of Snap Beads have been recalled by the Chinese manufacturer, Xiamen Xinlu Machinery Co., Ltd. The beads were distributed by Edushape Ltd., of Deer Park, N.Y. The tip of the snap bead peg may break off under repetitive pressure, posing a choking hazard to small children. The recalled product is multicolored and has textured soft plastic beads that are designed to connect to one another. The beads are packaged in a 6” x 6” x 8” clear plastic jar with a photo of a child playing with the beads on the label. The word “Edushape” is written on the label in green and red. The beads were sold at various retail stores and online from July 2009 to September 2009 for about $20. Consumers should immediately stop using the snap beads and contact Edushape for a replacement set. For additional information, please contact Edushape’s customer service department at (800) 404-4744, or visit their Web site at www.Edushape.com, or e-mail the firm at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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