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Sunday, November 11, 2007

China Confirms Ingredient in Bindeez

The NYT has details, including the note that the manufacturer did not evidently inform the seller of the ingredient change, and also that the toxic (when metabolized) product costs about a third of the proper ingredient.  It also has this attempt at a caveat from the Chinese regulator:

The Chinese quality supervision agency noted that the packaging had the warning “swallowing can cause danger” and that the beads were not recommended for children under age 3.

As of this morning, Kline & Specter and Lieff Cabraser have purchased Google ads for "Aqua Dots lawyer."


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