Disney has voluntarily recalled 80,000 “Forky” toys, according to the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC). The toy is an 11-inch toy is a plush, replica of a “Toy Story 4” character. It can pose a choking hazard for young children when the “googly” plastic eyes are pulled off and swallowed. No injuries have been reported.
About The Recall
Recalled products ber the following tracking numbers sewn into the label: FAC-024868-18338; FAC-024868-19032; FAC-024868-19060; and FAC-024868-1909.
The toys were being sold nationwide in Disney Stores and Theme Parks. They were also being sold online between April 2019 and June 2019.
Consumers can return it to any Disney Store, Walt Disney World retail store or Disneyland Resort theme park retail store for a refund.
Consumers should report an injuries involving the product. For all questions, contact Disney, toll-free, at 866-537-7649 or email personal.shoppers@shopDisney.com.
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