We’re making a list and checking it twice

Commissioner Mike Rothman
Minnesota Department of Commerce

As shoppers start making their holiday lists, the Minnesota Department of Commerce reminds families to stay vigilant about toys and product safety.
Shoppers should check recall lists and use common sense, selecting age-appropriate toys, observing manufacturer’s warnings regarding safety hazards, and monitoring use when necessary.
A selection of toy and child product recalls, numbered by date, include:

11/20/14 Children’s Multi-Tool Leatherman
11/10/14: McDonald’s Hello Kitty Whistle
10/28/14: Meijer Halloween Flashlight
10/15/14: Just Like Home Toy Toaster
09/02/14: Tray Vous Snack and Activity Tray
07/23/14: Dream on Me Dinah High Chair
07/22/14: Oeuf Sparrow Crib
07/14/14: Panadol Advance pain relievers
06/18/14: Brooks Furniture Glider Rocker Style 1529P
06/04/14: Phil&Teds TS26 Car Seat Adaptor for Strollers
05/28/14: Hamilton Beach Baby Food Maker
05/22/14: Lakeshore Bristle Builders for Toddlers
04/29/14: IKEA BILEN children’s wall-mounted lamp
04/23/14: Summer Infant Video Monitor Rechargeable Batteries
03/25/14: Wal-Mart My Sweet Love/My Sweet Baby Doll
03/19/14: Vera Bradley Bear Ring Rattles and Bunny Stuffed Toys
03/19/14: Ganz Grumpy Cat Stuffed Animal
03/06/14: Design Ideas Rubber Ducky Magnets
02/26/14: Harvest Company Cork Block Stacking Toys
02/20/14: Infantino Teething Toy
02/06/14: BebeLove Baby Walker
01/30/14: Britax B-Agile stroller
01/30/14: Chill Baby Artiste pacifier
01/28/14: Horizon Hobby Model Helicopter

A full list of recalled toys and products is available on the Department’s website.
If you have questions about toy recalls, contact the Minnesota Department of Commerce Consumer Services Center at (651) 539-1600.
If children have been injured or may have had contact with a potentially hazardous product, file a report with the CPSC on their website, or email consumer.protection@state.mn.us.
 

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