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In 1997, the staff of the CPSC, the Consumer Product Safety Commission, examined and issued a recall for some Kinder Surprise illegally brought into the US with foreign labels. The staff determined that the toys within the eggs had small parts. The staff presumed that Kinder Surprise, being a chocolate product, was intended for children of all ages, including those under three years of age. On this basis, the staff took the position that Kinder Surprise was in violation of the small parts regulation and banned from importation into the US.
Originally posted by FlySolo
reply to post by superman2012
I'm just saying...
I find it ironic that little toys concealed in chocolate are such a threat they need to be banned. Yet, grown up toys are what's killing kids.
Originally posted by WP4YT
The chances of dying from a bee sting is greater than being shot in your school. Ban bees!edit on 18-12-2012 by WP4YT because: (no reason given)