Sold in Primark and Penneys stores across the UK and Ireland, a further children’s plates recall has been announced due to the possible migration of lead and formaldehyde into food.
This follows the widespread Winnie the Pooh plate recall in August for the same safety concerns.
The Food Safety Authority of Ireland announced the further plate recall today, encouraging customers to check their purchases and know how to proceed.
See the full details of the affected products below.
Details of Primark Children’s Plates Recall
What Products are Affected?
The affected products are:
- Primark Bunny Character Plate – Kimball number 8096001
- Primark Bear Character Plate – Kimball number 8096002
- Primark Rainbow Plate – Kimball number 7981401
What’s the Risk?
These products have been found to release trace amounts of lead and formaldehyde at levels higher than EU regulation permitted levels, and this may present a risk if ingested.
What Should You Do?
Point-of-sale recall notices will be displayed in Primark and Penneys stores supplied with the implicated plates.
Customers who have purchased the plate can return it to their nearest store for a full refund. You will not be required to provide a receipt or proof of purchase to qualify for a refund.