October 15, 1986
CPSC Accepts Consent Agreements from Toy Importers
The Consumer Product Safety Commission announced today that it has accepted consent agreements from two companies that import, and distribute nationally, toys and children's articles. The companies are Small World Toys, Culver City, California, and Davis-Grabowski, Inc., Miami, Florida. In signing these consent agreements both firms agree to have toys and children's products they import and distribute tested periodically for compliance with certain CPSC safety requirements. In addition both firms have agreed to stop distributing certain toys and to conduct limited recalls of the toys named below which violate safety requirements. Both consent agreements have been approved by the appropriate district courts.