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  • China Recall: Kids II Play Blocks with Excessive Lead Paint
    China Recall: Kids II Play Blocks with Excessive Lead Paint
    October 8, 2007

    Alppharetta, GA It is a well known fact that kids will put things in their mouths - that's what kids do. And to think that our kids are putting defective products into their mouths, and toys containing lead paint, is cause for certain alarm. Once again, news that toys made in China are being recalled for a lead paint hazard. This time, Kids II is recalling Baby Einstein Color Blocks due to excessive levels of lead paint.

  • Today's Recall from China: The Kolcraft Play Yard
    Today's Recall from China: The Kolcraft Play Yard
    September 28, 2007

    Washington, DC Prompted by the recent death of a 10-month-old child, 425,000 Chinese-made defective Kolcraft infant play yards have been voluntarily recalled by the manufacturer, in concert with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC). These defects can cause serious harm, or even death to a child.

  • The Runaway Recall Train Pulls in from China Yet Again: More Recalled Toys
    The Runaway Recall Train Pulls in from China Yet Again: More Recalled Toys
    September 27, 2007

    Washington, DC Yet again, parents and consumers are being warned about tainted toys from China with lead paint after a recall announced yesterday by the Consumer Products Safety Commission (CPSC).

  • Tainted Toys for Tots: It's All About Cutting Corners
    Tainted Toys for Tots: It's All About Cutting Corners
    August 15, 2007

    Segundo, CA In what increasingly mirrors the building plot line of a disaster movie, a recall of defective toys from China has evolved to epic proportions. August 14th 2007 will be known as the Day of the 19 million toys.

  • Chinese Defective Products: Deadly Consequences both in the US and China
    Chinese Defective Products: Deadly Consequences both in the US and China
    August 13, 2007

    Bejing, China: As Bejing cracks down on Chinese manufacturers exporting defective products to the US, China has reported a suicide in the wake of the recent Mattel toy recall.

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