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article imageVending Machine Jewelry Poses Lead Poisoning Risk

By RobotGod     Apr 17, 2007 in Health
If your child bought a vending machine necklace for $0.25 this past year, you might want to take it away from him or her. The paint on some of these (about 900,000 necklaces and bracelets) contains high levels of lead.
For additional information, contact Cardinal Distributing Co. Inc. at (800) 368-2062 between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. ET Monday through Friday, or visit the firm's Web site at
Vending machines are never a good place to buy cheap jewelry. Come on we all know this stuff is cheap taiwan garbage. Wait, that's showing my age. It's all made in China now.
Anyway, too much jewelry for the little one's make them grow up to be gold diggers. And for God's sake, keep your daughters off the pole.
Nothing says I love you sweety, more than a hazardous lead trinket. Plus you are out a nifty state quarter.
Just say no to vending bling!
This has been a PSA by MIA.
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