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PouchPops recalled for choking hazard

A Las Vegas, Nevada company which manufacturers the item called PouchPop Toppers is recalling about 6,000 of its product due to a potential choking hazard for children. The item is made by performance packing, and is a tube which screws onto the food pouches of children's food so they can feed themselves. Thus far, there have been four instances of the toppers coming off, yet no injures have been reported from the incidents.

PouchPops are sold in a four-pack with four varieties of colors. The product also has a cylinder-shaped tube which attaches to the base of food pouches, and they also have a "SipP" logo and smiley face on the their base. PouchPops were sold online at Amazon and and from May to September 2014. Additionally, consumers are urged to stop using Pouch Pops immediately and contact performance packaging for a replacement or refund.

If PouchPops or any other product has caused harm to your child, the skilled St. Louis personal injury attorney's at Meyerkord & Kurth would like to hear from you. Please call us today to schedule a free consultation.