Bulgaria’s Commission for Consumer Protection has banned the sale of four types of children’s clothing found at the beginning of the school year. The supervisory body ordered the immediate withdrawal of three types of children’s sports pants and a sweatshirt because they did not meet safety requirements.
The clothing was sold in a children’s store in Sofia. This is the first case detected of unsafe products to pupils as part of the “Goods for students” campaign.
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