DCP: Product Recall Information

Product Recall Information

Department of Consumer Protection inspectors watch for food, beverages, medicine, cosmetics, toys, upholstered items, pillows, children’s items and other products that may be improperly labeled or unsafe.
The Department enforces many safety regulations for items sold in Connecticut and works closely with the federal Consumer Product Safety Commission, the Food and Drug Administration, and the Drug Enforcement Administration in Washington, DC.
Click on the images below for the latest recalls:
The single source for all recalls taking place across the country.
The lead government agency responsible for identifying and removing unsafe products from the marketplace
Other Resources:
Thrift Store Safety Checklist: A publication of the Consumer Product Safety Commission on unsafe items that still may turn up at resale stores and garage sales
For Kids' Sake -- Selecting Safe Toys for Children: Brochure with information from the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission.
On Safety Blog: Official Blog Site of the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission. Includes the latest safety information.
Lead-Related Product Recalls: CPSC recalls of lead contaminated items

Content Last Modified on 2/4/2015 2:00:45 PM