The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission is warning shoppers that some recalled child and baby products originally offered at Meijer Inc. stores were improperly resold at other retailers.
The agency announced Tuesday that the products were improperly disposed of by offering them for sale at discount retailers, dollar stores, liquidation firms, flea markets and thrift stores nationwide. The products include children’s lamps and toys, a sling used to hold a baby as well as vacuums.
The commission says an error was to blame for the items being resold.
Meijer spokesman Frank Guglielmi says the Grand Rapids-based company responded immediately after learning of the and is cooperating with the agency.
The commission says people should stop using the recalled products immediately and contact companies involved in the recalls.
You can find a list of the recalled products by clicking here .