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More dangerous baby high-chairs have been recalled. March 28, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) and BabyHomeUSA Inc. announced a voluntary recall of approximately 1,100 baby high-chairs, specifically the BabyHome "Eat model" high-chair. Due to the front opening between the tray and seat bottom of this high-chair, the baby could pass through and become entrapped at its neck, posing the risk of strangulation to the child.

This high-chair was sold in a variety of colors, including red, black, green, purple, navy, orange, and brown for $150 at children’s product stores throughout the country, including USA Baby, Magic Beans, and R.C. Willey, and by online stores,, and, from March 2012 through February 2013. The high-chair was manufactured in China for BabyHome S.A., of Sabadell, Spain and imported by BabyHome USA, Inc., of Chester, N.J.

The recalled high-chairs bear the model number BH2104 on a label on the back of the chair, and have a nylon seat and a metal frame, with a plastic tray. The chair is 36 inches tall and almost 24 inches wide. The "babyhome" logo appears on the high-chair’s seatback. The word, "babyhome" is also printed on one of the chair’s legs and the word, "eat" is printed on the other leg. The lot numbers of the recalled high-chairs are printed on a sticker affixed to the bottom of the high-chair’s foot rest. Affected lot numbers are: BH00301/01-2012, BH00303/07-2012, BH00304/09-2012 and BH00304/09-2012.

Consumers should stop using the chair for children immediately. Consumers may also contact the company to obtain a free "crotch restraint repair kit" by calling toll-free 1(888)758-5712 from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. Eastern time, Monday through Friday, or by visiting the company’s website, and clicking on the "Eat Recall" to obtain additional information about the recall.

To view a photo of the recalled baby high-chair, please visit the CPSC website,

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