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Toysmith Recalls Toy Light-Up Frogs and Ducks Due to Choking Hazard

This recall includes about 30,000 light-up soft plastic toy frogs and ducks. The toys light up when the sensors on the bottom of the product are touched or placed in water.  The frog comes in green and the ducks come in yellow, pink, and clear. 

Toysmith Recalls Toy Light-Up Frogs and Ducks Due to Choking Hazard2021-04-16T06:40:33-04:00

More than 4.8M Units of Potentially Dangerous Imported Products Discovered During Fiscal Year 2012 Government Screenings

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) ended fiscal year 2012 having stopped a total of about 4.8 million units of products that violated U.S. safety rules or were found to be hazardous during the fiscal year (October 2011 to September 2012).   More than

More than 4.8M Units of Potentially Dangerous Imported Products Discovered During Fiscal Year 2012 Government Screenings2021-04-17T04:02:44-04:00

Kids II Inc. Recalls Baby Einstein Activity Jumpers Due to Impact Hazard

Units: About 400,000 and 8,500 in Canada   Description: This recall includes more than 408,000 Baby Einstein Musical Motion Activity Jumpers with model number 90564, mostly sold in the United States, though some were sold in Canada as well. There is a yellow sun toy

Kids II Inc. Recalls Baby Einstein Activity Jumpers Due to Impact Hazard2021-04-16T14:43:36-04:00

Needle Found in Sandwich on Air Canada Flight

An Air Canada passenger found what appeared to be a sewing needle inside a pre-prepared sandwich while on a flight Monday July 30, 2012 from British Columbia to Toronto.   This incident comes less than two weeks after two passengers suffered injuries from needles found

Needle Found in Sandwich on Air Canada Flight2021-04-17T11:07:46-04:00

Baby Hammocks Recalled Due to Suffocation Hazard

On August 24, 2010, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (“CPSC”) announced a recall of Infant and Toddler Hammocks manufactured in Malaysia and sold in the U.S. by MamaLittleHelper LLC, of Frisco, Texas.   The hammocks in question were deemed defective because the side-to-side shifting

Baby Hammocks Recalled Due to Suffocation Hazard2021-04-17T04:50:44-04:00
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