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Toy Recalls Don't Worry Toy Industry Analysts

Toy Recalls Don't Worry Toy Industry Analysts



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Mary Richards, KSL Newsradio Toy industry analysts don't think recent toy recalls will affect holiday shopping, but some parents are still worried.

Hundreds of thousands of Curious George plush dolls and children's fashion sunglasses have been recalled. They were found to have lead and were made in China.

Some parents shopping early for Christmas gifts are worried. Rick questions what if his children or pets swallowed a toy like Aqua Dots, which were just recalled because of dangerous chemicals?

Toy Recalls Don't Worry Toy Industry Analysts

"They're horrible for little kids, but, you know, my cat, you know, weighs 15 pounds. I can't imagine what GHB would do to my cat," Rick said.

Toy industry analysts say, despite the recalls, parents will buy the toys on their children's wish lists.

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