Products designed and manufactured for use by infants, toddlers and children must comply with legal requirements at both the federal and state level in order to be sold in the United States. Manufacturers can successfully enter the U.S. children’s product market if they identify what regulations apply to their products, what testing and certification and labeling requirements exist, and what record keeping requirements must be followed. This guide helps manufacturers spot the issues they must know about when deciding to enter the U.S. market.

Additional content for this post was provided by Ariel Applebaum-Bauch, an associate in Crowell & Moring’s Washington, D.C. office.