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Banned Toy Recall Information

The Department of Commerce posts a banned toy list that includes children’s toys and products that fail to meet safety standards. The Department works in collaboration with the Minnesota Department of Health, the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency and the federal Consumer Product Safety Commission to warn Minnesota consumers of unsafe products in the marketplace.

2014 Product Recalls

2013 Product Recalls


Consumers can sign up for recalled product alerts directly with the Consumer Product Safety Commission.

Visit – the single source for all recalls taking place across the country regarding consumer products, motor vehicles, boats, food, medicine, cosmetics, and environmental products.

Smartphone App

Smartphone users can install the RECALLS.GOV mobile application to keep vital safety information in the palm of your hand.  The app allows consumers to type in a product’s name to learn immediately whether that product has been recalled due to a safety concern.  Photos of recalled products and tips for what to do with recalled products in your home are also available through the app.

Consumer Product Safety Database is the Publicly Available Consumer Product Safety Information Database website of the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC).