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Do Recalls Spur Caution in Holiday Shopping?



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Tom Callan, KSL Newsradio After all of the toy recalls from China, are shoppers having second thoughts this season?

One shopper says she will no longer blindly pluck toys off the shelves. "But I do think we need to be more cautious and we need to be more aware of the kind of things we're buying for our children because we don't want to put them in harm's way at all," she said.

Others say they won't ask questions and will trust if there is a hazard, there will a warning posted in a store. "I don't know if I'll ask ‘cause I'll just trust that they'll put out a sign or something for the ones that they know about having lead in," one woman said.

More than 21 million toys from China have been recalled due to lead.

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