Health Canada is warning parents of the dangers of colourful miniature packs of laundry detergent. The agency is working with the Canadian Association of Poison Control Centres after a surge of reports south of the border about children mistaking them for candy and eating them. Tidemaker, Proctor and Gamble, says it plans to have new child proof containers out this summer.
One Response to “Mini detergent packs mistaken for candy causes Health Canada to issue warning”
July 12th, 2012 at 3:23 pm
Maybe these kids shouldn’t put things in their mouths like we were taught. You would think the taste alone would be a deterent. Wow!