Frames, Decorative Trees and Ornaments Sold at Papyrus and Carlton Cards Recalled due to Mold Exposure Risk

 

In cooperation with the U.S. Product Safety Commission (CPSC), tens of thousands of products sold at Papyrus and Carlton Cards stores nationwide are being recalled due to the presence of Aspergillus mold, which poses a risk of respiratory infections and other problems, particularly for those with chronic health conditions or impaired immune systems.

If you became ill due to contact with one of the products detailed below, or if you suffered harm due to another defective consumer product, a product liability attorney may be able to help you recover the financial security you need to cope with medical expenses and other related damages.

The products affected by the recall were manufactured by Idianale Inc./Dekokraft Inc. of the Philippines and imported by the Schurman Retail Group, which is based in California. According to the CPSC, the presence of Aspergillus mold spores was detected on the products.

The recall includes the following products:

  • Papyrus Signature Collection 4-by-6-inch Green Frame, UPC Code 90000165335
  • Papyrus Signature Collection 5-by-7-inch Red Frame, UPC Code 90000165557
  • Papyrus Signature Collection 17-inch Decorative Tree, UPC Code 9000165441
  • Papyrus Signature Collection Ornaments (please see the CPSC recall web page for a complete list of ornament UPC codes)

The recall impacts approximately 105 frames, 455 decorative trees and 45,500 ornaments. The frames and decorative trees were sold exclusively at Papyrus stores, and the ornaments were sold at both Papyrus and Carlton Cards stores.

Consumers with these products should place them in containers and return them to the point of purchase. Consumers may also visit the Papyrus recall web page for additional information.

If you were harmed or a loved one died as a result of a defective product, please contact PersonalInjury.com for a complimentary case evaluation and to locate a qualified product liability lawyer near you.