Beeni Baby Hats recalled due to asphyxiation hazard

(Source: CPSC)
(Source: CPSC)

WASHINGTON, DC (KAIT) – The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) and Kahn Enterprises LLC, Mendota Heights, MN, have announced a voluntary recall of Beeni Baby Hats due to an asphyxiation hazard.

According to CPSC, a baby can spit up while wearing the hat, posing an asphyxiation hazard. The commission says the recalled baby are made of cotton and spandex with two straps sewn to the sides holding a removable plastic pacifier holder; the hat comes in small, medium, or large sizes in the colors pink, blue, green, flower print, blue stripe or blue print.

A model tag number can be found on the tag sewn into the back, inner rim of the hat reading 125867.

Parents/guardians are asked to immediately stop putting these hats on their children and contact Kahn Enterprises for a full refund at, at the firm's website at, or by calling the firm at (612) 310-4053.

For more information on this recall, go to the CPSC website.

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