I would normally be critical of such a move by any government agency, since it is tantamount to condemnation without the proper proof or findings. But I'll make an exception in this case, absent a showing of malice on the part of BFAD.
As I've said in a previous post, this is a very sensitive matter, because it can be most detrimental to the children. It is thus better to err on the safe side. It is too bad for the companies affected, since their sales will most likely take a hit. But surely they will understand that it is BFAD's job to ensure the safety and quality of the products being released in the market.
Photo: Marc van der Chijs, Flickr, Creative Commons