Fisher-Price is recalling almost a million toys because of excessive amounts of lead in their paint.
The 83 types of toys include the popular Big Bird, Elmo, Dora and Diego characters. The nationwide recall involves plastic preschool toys made by a Chinese vendor and sold in the U.S. between May and August.
Owners of a recalled toy can exchange it for a voucher for another product of the same value.
The recall is the first for Fisher-Price and parent company Mattel involving lead paint. It's the latest in a wave of recalls that has heightened concern about the safety of Chinese-made products.
Consumers should immediately take the recalled toys away from children and contact Fisher-Price. Consumers will need to return the product and will receive a voucher for a replacement toy of the consumer's choice.
For additional information contact Fisher-Price at 1-800-916-4498.
Here is a complete list of recalled toys from the Consumer Products Safety Commission:
|Consumer Product Safety Commission|
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