LOS ANGELES -- The Build-A-Bear Workshop company is recalling nearly 300,000 teddy bears sold in the United States and Canada due to risks of choking.
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission warns that while no injuries have been reported, the eyes on the Colorful Hearts bear could loosen and fall out, posing a choking hazard to children."
The Chinese-made toy is a stuffed animal, roughly 16 inches tall with black plastic eyes, that is sold in the United States for $18.
The bears were sold at Build-A-Bear Workshops and through the firm's website from April through December.
Build-A-Bear Recalls Nearly 300,000 Teddy Bears
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