Question from Shelley
I would like to get some Peppa Pig play sets for my granddaughter. I wrote to the company about materials, and this is the response I got:
“Thank you for contacting Jazwares LLC and for your interest in our products. All of our toys comply with CPSA standards as required by law. We also have the COC (Certificate of Compliance) Tests results posted on our website www.jazwares.com. You do have to have an item number to check the COC on that item. Having said that, I hope this helps and answers your questions.”
I’m not sure what this means, and I’d love your perspective on their toys. Thank you in advance.
The company is in compliance with the Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act for children’s products, which limits phthalates and lead, and provides other safety guidelines. This does not necessarily mean that the toys are totally free of lead and phthalates but rather that they fall below the limits set by CPSIA. Jazwares provides documentation of compliance but does not disclose the materials in the toys. They look to be made of plastic.
There are clearly more natural toys on the market but I can’t really tell you more about this item without more information. I contacted them and they repeatedly sent me back to the website which only shows the documented compliance with government regulations.