Toys and children’s necklaces made in China were recalled September 27th. The Consumer Product Safety Commission said that more than 601,000 toys and children’s jewelry contain high levels of lead in their surface paint, and the necklaces and jewelry sets contain excessive lead in some of their metal parts. Under current regulations, children’s products found to have more than 0.06 percent lead accessible to users are subject to a recall. The recalls include toys purchased at Target, RC2, Jo-Ann Stores, Guidecraft Inc. and TOBY N.Y.C.
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