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Weleda teething and colic baby products recalled over possible plastic contamination

New Zealand Herald Saturday, 20 April 2019
Weleda teething and colic baby products recalled over possible plastic contaminationA range of teething and colic powders for babies found to carry a risk of choking on tiny pieces of plastic have been recalled. Weleda has found in its Baby Teething Powder and Baby Colic Powder potentially small "slivers" of plastic...
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