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A popular range of silicone dummies has been recalled nationwide, with fears they could pose a choking hazard.

FRIGG Classic and Daisy Silicone Dummies in all colours and sold by baby and children’s stores
between 1 April 2021 and 10 December 2021 have been recalled, with revelations the teat may partly detach from the shield.

The recall notice from Product Safety Australia states: “A broken teat may pose a choking hazard for young children, which can lead to severe injury or death.”

FRIGG took to social media to explain the recall further.

“Despite our due diligence and our confidence in all our additional safety checks, we at FRIGG have experienced a potential safety issue affecting a few FRIGG SILICONE pacifiers.

“The nipple partly detached from the pacifier shield. As we feel there might be a potential risk that the nipple will completely detach and thereby pose a possible danger to the child, we have now voluntarily taken the initiative to recall all SILICONE (not latex) pacifier. If you are using a FRIGG SILICONE Pacifier. Dispose of them, return them to where you purchased them or contact us.We deeply appreciate your understanding and cooperation in this matter.

FRIGG dummy recall

“We at FRIGG Production ApS has a very strong focus on product safety and quality and therefore we have stopped production of the FRIGG SILICONE Pacifiers. We are currently reengineering the design before releasing these pacifiers again.

“Naturally we are more than sorry as we know this might cause a great deal of frustration and inconvenience for you. We would like to inform you, that you can get all your FRIGG SILICONE pacifier refunded. Therefore, we kindly advise you to contact your FRIGG reseller and return your FRIGG pacifier effective immediately.We are sorry for the inconvenience caused by this recall.”

Australian consumers are being advised to stop using the dummies contact the place of purchase for a refund or replacement.

“Consumers will be asked to provide a photograph to show that the product has been disposed of or destroyed. If the product has already been disposed of or destroyed, consumers are asked to notify the place of purchase so that the safe disposal of the products can be monitored.”

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  • Thank you for sharing. Will let my friends know.

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  • Why has it taken so long for them to be recalled? I was so lucky that my eldest boy threw his away and his younger brother refused to use one at all. It’s scary to think that babies who go to sleep with a dummy could have had it come apart while unsupervised.

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  • I hope this has been shared far and wide.

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  • That’s concerning. My kids never liked dummies but many kids do.

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  • None of my babies would take a dummy although I did try lol… but I guess I’m glad because then I never had to get them off them plus I never had to worry about things like this.

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  • Good to let people that use these brands for their babies know. Thank you.

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  • Wow how scary it is to read about this. I will tell all my friends with babies or grand bubs.

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  • I will pass this on to my new mums group – I haven’t heard of these before.

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  • This would have to be one of my worst fears.

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  • I’ve never even heard of this brand before.
    I don’t think I know anyone who uses it either as all the kids we know usually just use the Tommee Tippee ones like we did.

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  • I don’t understand why so many products make it to market without proper testing.

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  • Thank you for highlighting this recall – a scary one.

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  • Eep. A bit scary

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  • Do these things even get tested before shops start selling them!! This is just way too scary!!

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  • Yet another recall for baby/children’s product. They really should be stricter with kids things

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