Zhu Zhu Pets Declared Safe Following Report of Chemical Dangers

Though the CPSC assured consumers there will not be a recall because of any violation of the new federal standard for antimony or other heavy metals, it did say the agency will continue its investigation through independent testing.

"[The] CPSC is working especially hard this time of year to ensure that toys are safe for all children," the CSPC said in an earlier statement. "The agency is proactively evaluating certain toys and we are working with consumer groups to test toys they have been brought to our attention."

This is the first year GoodGuide has tested toys. Hornsby said this morning that Cepia is contacting GoodGuide to share all of its Zhu Zhu Pet testing data to they can "get to the bottom" of the report.

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