Children's products include children's toys, children's clothing and others. For merchants selling children's products, please observe the following product requirements, in addition, please read the general requirements for all products.
|Children and school supplies are required to have proof of product safety, i.e. Children's Product Certification (CPC). The certificate must contain the following information:|
|Please attach the product inspection certificate and product instructions to the product package.|
|Product material information must be indicated clearly in the product description. For example:|
- Children's clothing must specify its material and fabric;
- Children's tableware and/or dining utensils must specify their materials and ingredients and must not be made of materials such as melamine, polycarbonate, and polyvinyl chloride.
|Children's products designed or primarily used for children under the age of 12 must have distinctive permanent markers (often referred to as "traceable labels"). Requirements for traceable labels are the following:|
- They are attached to the product and its packaging.
- The tag or label must contain some basic information, including:
- Name of the manufacturer or private labeler;
- Date and place of manufacture of the product;
- Detailed information about the manufacturing process, such as lot number, run number, or other identifying features;
- Any other information to determine the specific source of the product.
If a product is intended for children over 3 years of age and contains small parts, a warning label (see below) is required.
If the small part comes from a toy or product for children under 3 years of age, the toy or product is a prohibited because the small part poses a choking hazard.
|In addition to the above requirements, requirements for children’s clothing are consistent with requirements for clothing for men and women as well. Please refer to the article Product Requirements for Clothing for Men, Women, and Both Sexes (Unisex) for more details.