Zhejiang export toys are delisted by EU notice due to excessive nickel release

by:Ennas      2021-11-10
Zhejiang Taizhou Inspection and Quarantine Bureau recently received an investigation from the European Union, claiming that the screws on a batch of wooden toy cars exported from China to Germany were found to have excessive nickel release, which poses a potential hazard to children’s health and does not meet the requirements of European standards. . The distributor urgently took the batch of products to be removed from the market. This is the first domestic toy case notified by the European Union of excessive nickel release this year. Nickel is a common allergenic metal, and long-term exposure can easily cause skin allergies and inflammation in children. In toy products, nickel generally exists in metal fittings, such as screws, rivets, etc., in the form of plating or alloy.
Custom message
Chat Online 编辑模式下无法使用
Leave Your Message inputting...