Turns out those Made-in-China products are cheap for a reason: Buyer’s Remorse, a 2007 report prepared by best-selling author Richard Miniter, documents the dangers posed by unsafe Chinese imports and outlines steps the government should take to keep American consumers safe.View the report
Thousands of American pets died from adulterated Chinese-made pet food and children were exposed to potentially toxic toys made in China in 2007.
Twenty percent of consumer goods sold in the United States in 2006 were made in China, according to the AAM report — a 400 percent increase since 1997.
The response of policymakers in Washington to a flood of unsafe imports from China has been uncoordinated and inadequate.
Toy Recall Trail Ends in ChinaThe number of Chinese-made products recalled by U.S. authorities doubled from 2002 to 2007.
PetSmart, Petco to stop selling dog and cat treats made in ChinaLeading national pet retailers take action after treats linked to pet deaths.
How to Report a Pet Food ComplaintReport a complaint about a pet food product to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).