Walmart, Target pull some children's products over alleged lead levels

Walmart, Target pull products suspected to have lead.
Walmart, Target pull products suspected to have lead.

Walmart

and Target have taken several children's products off their shelves nationwide after testing by an environmental advocacy group found they contained high levels of lead.

Target pulled two toddler chairs and Walmart stopped selling bean bag chairs, foam beads and boxing gloves after the California-based Center for Environmental Health released test results on the products which showed levels of lead higher than allowed by federal law. At first, Walmart removed the items from its California stores, but a day later pulled the items from all its stores and web site.