Zhu Zhu pets are deemed safe afterall, and GoodGuide was made to apologize.
It turns out that the popular toy, Zuh Zuh pets are safe. The federal Consumer Product Safety Committee (CPSC), performed their own test for harmful chemicals, after the consumer group GoodGuide claimed that their test showed an alarming amount of harmful chemicals on the toy. The CPSC found that the GoodGuide consumer group was wrong and the toy is actually safe. It was also found that GoodGuide performed the test wrong to begin with and then jumped the gun by reporting their finding to every media outlet possible. GoodGuide was forced to apologize for the false accusations and may face further action because any findings must be reported to CPSC before sharing them with the media.
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