News |

Four Potentially Dangerous Infant Toys Recalled

Four infant toys being sold in Finland are being recalled due to safety problems.

Out of 21 toys tested by the Consumer Agency, two pose a choking danger, while two others include a potentially dangerous chemical in their plastic packaging.

Details in English as well as pictures of the four toys can be found on the Consumer Agency's website.

The agency says anyone who has bought these toys can return them to the place of purchase for a refund without a receipt.

An orange stuffed pig's tail (pictured) came apart when repeatedly pulled, while the nose of a Jollybaby Rattle plush toy also came off.

More than 500 of the Jollybaby Rattles have been sold, while 1,300 of the plush pigs have been distributed to stores.

Latest in: News


Our picks