About 45,000 "Babytown" pacifiers are under recall, according to the Consumer Product Safety Commission.
The pacifiers were imported from China by Shims Bargain of Los Angeles.
Shields on the pacifiers are too small and could enter the mouth of an infant, and the package doesn't display warning instructions.
You should take the pacifiers from children and return them to the purchase point for a refund. You can reach Shims at
866-540-3334 for more information.
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