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Target issues recall on some three-piece baby clothing sets

TARGET Australia Pty Ltd is conducting a national product safety recall on Raccoon Baby three-piece set, sizes 00-0; Owl Baby three-piece set, sizes 00-0; and Frog Baby three-piece set, sizes 00-0 as they do not meet our stringent safety standards.

The relevant keycodes are 55027045, 55027052, 55028288, 55028295, 55028424 and 55028431.

The recalled products were sold through Target stores and online between January 2014 and April 2014.

It has been identified that the romper/all-in-one in these baby three-piece sets does not have the mandatory 'low fire danger' warning label required for children's nightwear and limited daywear.

The absence of the label could result in customers being unaware of the fire danger rating for these garments.

Target recommends that customers immediately cease using the products and return them to any Target store for a full refund.

Target Australia apologises for any inconvenience caused by this recall.

Customers requiring further information can contact Target's Customer Experience Centre toll free on 1800 814 788 (Monday to Friday, 9am-5pm and Saturday 10am- 3pm).

Target has recalled these three-piece baby clothing sets due to safety concerns.
Target has recalled these three-piece baby clothing sets due to safety concerns.

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