Malcolm Denniss, a toy safety specialist with over 30 years in the industry, explains in this article that toy returns can provide valuable information that can help prevent manufacturing problems before they occur, focus attention on potential safety issues, and even shape future decisions on toy development.

Do you know what makes a good toy? How do you know if the toy will be safe? These are some of the questions discussed in the article. Malcolm Denniss also shares some toy safety tips to help ensure we buy reliable, age-appropriate toys.

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