Alerta Cofepris por juguetes irregulares

06 Enero, 2018, 01:26 | Author: Earnest Bishop
  • Alerta Cofepris por juguetes irregulares

Para proteger la salud de niñas y niños, la Comisión Federal para la Protección Contra Riesgos Sanitarios (Cofepris) pidió a los Reyes Magos no adquirir juguetes de dudosa procedencia o que se comercializan en el mercado informal.

Las pinturas que se utilizan en la fabricación podrían contener sustancias tóxicas como plomo, sobre todo si el material se desprende mientras juegan, ya que al morder el juguete accidentalmente podría causar daños a la salud.

La recomendación se intensificó durante las fiestas decembrinas por la gran venta de juguetes de la temporada, pero es aplicable todo el año puesto que los niños reciben regalos o juguetes en cualquier momento.

En esta categoría entran aquellos que son vendidos en comercios informales, ya que su procedencia es dudosa, por los bajos costos de oferta o, en su caso, de dudosa procedencia.

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También se recomienda no adquirir juguetes que carecen de etiquetas informativas en idioma español, que no contengan medidas de precaución o que no garanticen la calidad del producto adquirido.

Es importante considerar la edad recomendada por el fabricante, ya que el uso inadecuado puede exponer a los infantes a asfixia por ingestión de piezas pequeñas u obstrucción en fosas nasales y oídos.

Finalmente puso disposición de los usuarios el número de teléfono 01 800 033 50 50 en caso de detectar alguna anomalía en los juguetes.

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