Gertie the Good Goose
Gertie the Good Goose Update
Gertie has passed the EN71-12:2016 standard, tests carried out on the 9th January 2019 confirm this. Please email email@example.com for a PDF copy of the official test certificate.
The products submitted to the TUV test laboratory were sent from our batch of UK stock. It would now appear that the French authorities agree that Gertie poses no risk, as Gertie has now been removed from their recall list: https://www.economie.gouv.fr/dgccrf/liste-des-produits-dangereux-rappeles-au-20-decembre-2018-dans-cadre-lenquete-sur-places.
We hope that this result has given parents complete reassurance that Gertie is safe.
We are a small family brand and the safety of our customers is of paramount importance to us, so we can sympathise with Amazon for taking this precautionary measure when it was first raised to them by the French authorities. We hope that all parents can take reassurance from the results today and that families can now resume using their safe teething toy; Gertie the Good Goose.