Target recalls 127,000 Halloween decorations

Target Corp. recalled approximately 127,000 LED gel cling window decorations that it says could pose a choking and battery ingestion hazard for children, according to the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC).

The LED gel clings could break apart, revealing "the inner decal and LED/button battery compartment," which could cause these dangers for children. The commission posted the recall Thursday.

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Lean Cuisine, contaminated with glass particles 

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Stouffer's, contaminated with glass particles 

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Wonderful Pistachios, Salmonella 

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Corona Extra Beer, contaminated with glass particles 

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The products in question include a green skeleton, pink skeleton, purple spider, purple and black cat, orange and black pumpkin and green and black bat. All bear the product number 234-25-0904 on their respective packaging. These items were only available at Target between August and September, and cost about $1.

No injuries have been reported, though the CPSC says consumers should move the gel clings away from spaces with children. Consumers can visit any Target store to seek a full refund for the products.

Target stock is down about 6 percent on the year as it faces steep competition in the retail industry from the likes of Wal-Mart Stores (WMT) and (AMZN).

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