High chairs recently sold in IKEA stores are being voluntarily recalled by the company. The chairs, which are sold separately as a seat and frame, have a snap-lock holding the two pieces together, which can break and pose a falling hazard. Once unattached, the snap locks themselves can also be a choking hazard to infants and toddlers.

The chairs included in the recall have an adhesive label on the underside with the words LEOPARD and "Made in Italy", as well as an 8-digit article number and a 5-digit supplier number (19589).

No incidents have been reported in the United States, but consumers should immediately stop using the high chairs and return them for a complete refund to any IKEA store.

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