China Tests J&J Baby Products In Carcinogen Scare

Law360, New York (March 19, 2009, 12:00 AM EDT) -- Chinese health authorities are investigating certain Johnson & Johnson children's bath products after a U.S. consumer group claimed the items contained potential carcinogens, reportedly prompting at least one Shanghai-based retailer to remove them from shelves.

Johnson & Johnson said Thursday it was aware authorities were testing some of its products and would cooperate with any requests. It assured parents that Johnson's Baby Shampoo and other children's products were “safe, gentle and mild products that they can trust and use with confidence.”

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