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CPC Certificate for Board Games

CPC Certificate for Board Games

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Children's Product Certificate (CPC) is applicable to products that are designed and primarily intended for children 12 years of age or younger. If they are produced locally in the United States, the manufacturer is responsible for providing them. Production in other countries is provided by the importer.

Manufacturers and importers of Children’s products must certify, in a written Children’s Product Certificate (CPC) based on test results from a CPSC-accepted laboratory, that their Children’s products comply with applicable Children’s product safety rules. 

Failure to do CPC certification may lead to

1. If the U.S. Customs randomly inspects the goods and finds that the goods are target products, customs detention will be initiated and will not be released until CPC certification is submitted.

2. If Amazon detects it, it might first be forcibly removed from the shelves, and will not be reinstated until the submitted CPC passes review.

CPC certification must contain several pieces of information, mainly:

1. Product information

2. Applicant information

3. US importer information

4. Production date and manufacturer's name and address

5. Testing standards (US regulations, and standards)

6. A CPSC-accredited third-party laboratory that performs compliance testing required for certification.

7. Test date and address


CPC Certificate sample of Board Games


***5. Testing standards (US regulations, and standards)

Taking the test report of one of board games we produced for example,





CPC requirements for products:

1. Children's products and their packaging must bear traceability labels - products must comply with with all applicable rules or regulations and provide a CPC certificate undergo mandatory third-party testing.

2. The test must be performed at a CPSC-accredited third-party laboratory.

3. Based on third-party test results and issued with the assistance of a third-party laboratory.


*** ALL tracking labels must contain certain basic information, including:

1. Manufacturer or private labeler name;

2. Location and date of production of the product;

3. Detailed information on the manufacturing process, such as a batch or run number, or other identifying characteristics;

4. Any other information to facilitate ascertaining the specific source of the product.

*** List of CPSC-Accepted Testing Laboratories in China.

List of CPSC-Accepted Testing Laboratories in China

All tracking label information should be visible and legible, taking one test certificate with tracking lable for example,



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