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Asda Little Angels newborn nappies back on the shelves

Newborn nappy change

Asda is putting its newborn nappy range back on shelves after a temporary recall

Safety concerns prompted Asda to issue a nationwide recall of Little Angels newborn nappies earlier this week – but the supermarket has announced that testing has found they're safe for sale.

The nappies were withdrawn from shelves after reports that a three-week-old baby suffered blisters following a reaction while wearing a Little Angels nappy. The reports prompted Asda to issue the recall and send samples to two independent laboratories for testing and rigorous safety checks.

Asda has now announced that the tests found that the nappies were completely safe for sale and use.

Lizzie Massey, Vice-President of Own Brand at Asda said “We left no stone unturned and all of this research has given me absolute confidence that our nappies are made in a controlled, enclosed environment where rigorous quality and safety checks take place. Our nappies are a great product that consumers can have complete confidence in.”

Asda has also said that if any customers can return Little Angels nappies for a refund if they have any concerns.

And of course, if you ever have concerns about your child’s health, then your doctor should be your first port of call.