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“Choking Hazard” Label Information
To comply with the federal government's new/revised rule, 16 CFR Part 1500 & Labeling Requirement for Toy and Game Advertisements, Nasco is required to prominently display the appropriate “Choking Hazard” warning for products, whenever necessary, in all advertising media (both print and Internet).

Any toy or game that requires a cautionary statement about the choking hazard associated with small parts, balloons, small balls, or marbles must bear that cautionary statement in the product's advertising, if the advertising provides a direct means to purchase or order the product.
The labels are explained below:
LABEL 1:
The advertising for any article that is a toy or game intended for use by children who are at least three years old, but less than six years of age, shall bear or contain the following cautionary statement if the toy or game includes a small part.

LABEL 2:
The advertising for any latex balloon, or toy or game that contains a latex balloon, shall bear the following cautionary statement.

LABEL 3:
The advertising for any small ball intended for children three years of age or older shall bear the following cautionary statement.

LABEL 4:
The advertising for any toy or game intended for children who are at least three years old, but less than eight years of age, that contains a small ball shall bear the following cautionary statement.

LABEL 5:
The advertising for any marble intended for children three years of age or older shall bear the following cautionary statement.

LABEL 6:
The advertising for any toy or game intended for children who are at least three years old, but less than eight years of age, that contains a marble shall bear the following cautionary statement.