OshKosh B'gosh recalls 38000 quilted jackets because of choking hazard

Alicia Farmer
November 10, 2017

Health Canada says the front closure snap on Baby B'gosh Quilted Hooded Jackets in pink and grey may detach resulting in a choking hazard for children. The product was sold at retailers including Kohl's.

The company received three reports of snaps detaching, including one report of a child putting a detached snap in her mouth. No injuries have occurred at this time.

Osh Kosh is recalling thousands of baby quilted jackets made between August and September of 2017 due to a potential hazard.

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The CPSC estimates that approximately 38,000 jackets were sold in the US and another 5,000 were sold in Canada.

Those who bought the affected jackets are advised to return them to any OshKosh store for a full refund that will come in the form of an OshKosh gift card.

"We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused our consumers and appreciate their understanding in this matter", the company said.

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