Business told to stop selling jewelry with lead

April 27, 2010

Baltimore health officials ordered an Edmondson Avenue business to stop selling children's jewelry found to contain lead levels exceeding limits set by the city. The jewelry includes the "Neon Leaf Anklet Chain," and the "Neon Heart Anklet Chain" sold at JH Dollar & Party at 4618 Edmondson Ave. Both were found to have lead levels in excess of 600 parts per million, which is the city limit. For more information about the items and the city's campaign against lead in jewelry, visit baltimorehealth.org/jewelry

Kelly Brewington

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