More toys with lead-contaminated paint will be recalled in the coming weeks, a source with knowledge of the announcements said Wednesday.
The House Subcommittee on Commerce, Trade and Consumer Protection has posted letters from retailers on its Web site that name toys the companies found contain a hazardous amount of lead. The toys have not been recalled yet and may be on store shelves.
Target spokeswoman Amy Von Walter said she told the subcommittee her company had voluntarily recalled 1,854 Sunny Patch Safari Children's Chair toys on August 30. She said Target had discovered the toys' paint contained more than 30 times the amount of lead allowed by U.S. law. Read full article »
CNN's Christine Romans contributed to this report.
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