Unqualified baby underwear still on sale in Shenzhen
Shenzhen, China- China Consumers’ Association recently issued the comparison test results of knitted underwear of infants, saying that over 60% of the underwear is not qualified. When visiting the brand stores in Shenzhen, journalist found some brands that were involved in this event have not removed their problem products.
According to the official network of China Consumers’s Association, the samples of the Disney Baby, a brand of Shanghai Les Enphant Group, Adidas of Adidas Sports (China) and Gretton of Beijing Rainbow Textile and Garments were proved unqualified for twice in the consecutive three years tests.
At Jingtian Suibao Department Store in Futian district, the journalist found the brand Disney Baby owned by Les Enphant is still on sale. The salesclerks said they had not received any notice to remove the products from shelves and were unaware of the test results.
In the Les Enphant store in Sun Department Store, the salesclerks also said they did not know anything about this. A manager of Les Enphant in Shenzhen, surnamed Wu said the ultimate testing results have not been confirmed and detailed information need to be further verified by the company.
China Consumers’ Association suggests light-colored and purified-cotton underwear shall be of priorities for infants and the new bought underwear shall be washed before they are put on.
Shenzhen Post Elaine contributes to the story.
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