The Toy Recalls section is an ongoing list for all types of toy recalls, including those contaminated with excessive levels of lead-paint, and hazardous products for children, such as dangerous cribs, and defective baby products.

Green Toys Recalls Mini Vehicles Due To Choking Hazard

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WASHINGTON, D.C. – The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission and Health Canada, in cooperation with the firm named below, today announced a voluntary recall of the following consumer product. Consumers should stop using recalled products immediately unless otherwise instructed. It … Continued

Evenflo Company, Inc. Child Seat Recall

Child Restraint Brand Name / Model or Model No.:EVENFLO / 310 (MAESTRO) Production Dates:NOV 24, 2009 – APR 10, 2010 Manufacturer: EVENFLO COMPANY, INC. Mfr’s Report Date: OCT 12, 2010 NHTSA CAMPAIGN ID Number: 10C005000 NHTSA Action Number: N/A Component: … Continued

Britax Child Safety, Inc. Child Seat Recall

Child Restraint Brand Name / Model or Model No.:BRITAX / CHAPERONE 9L69P5 COWMOOBRITAX / CHAPERONE E9L69N9 MOONSTOBRITAX / CHAPERONE E9L69P2 RED MILBRITAX / CHAPERONE E9L69P3 SAVANNA Production Dates:APR 11, 2009 – MAY 31, 2010APR 11, 2009 – MAY 31, 2010APR … Continued

Britax Child Safety, Inc. Child Seat: Harness Recall

Child Restraint Brand Name / Model or Model No.:BRITAX / CHAPERONE E9L692J BLK/SILBRITAX / CHAPERONE E9L692K (RED)BRITAX / CHAPERONE E9L692L COWMOOFBRITAX / CHAPERONE E9L692M GREEN Production Dates:SEP 01, 2010 – APR 30, 2011SEP 01, 2010 – APR 30, 2011SEP 01, … Continued

Dorel Juvenile Group Child Seat Recall

Child Restraint Brand Name / Model or Model No.:DJG / IC123FSM (COMFY CARRY)DJG / IC124FSM (ONBOARD 35) Production Dates:Information not AvailableInformation not Available Manufacturer: DOREL JUVENILE GROUP Mfr’s Report Date: MAY 02, 2012 NHTSA CAMPAIGN ID Number: 12C002000 NHTSA Action … Continued

Toys Distribution Inc. Recalls Rattles Due to Choking Hazard

The recalled rattles can break into small parts, posing a choking hazard to young children and violating the federal safety requirements for rattles. In addition, the size of the handle on some of the rattles is small enough to enter an infant’s mouth, lodge in the throat and cause a choking hazard or lead to bruises and lacerations.