Mind the Store
See what retailers can do to really get tough on toxics and keep their customers safe.
The inevitable road to full ingredient disclosure
A weekend home improvement project shouldn’t expose you or your family to dangerous chemicals. But right now you can walk into The Home Depot and other stores and buy paint strippers containing dangerous chemicals.
“Oh no, not Costco!” That’s what tens of thousands of consumers are saying about the company’s failure to announce a public policy to reduce toxic chemicals in products sold in their stores. As a result, it’s time for us to take this campaign to the next level to convince Costco to “mind the store” and announce a safe chemicals policy, and we need Costco members to help!
Target’s new safer chemicals policy and goals set a new high bar for retailers and will help drive a race to the top.
Company’s efforts to move away from harmful chemicals must improve, say advocates at annual shareholder meeting
Safer Chemicals, Healthy Families congratulates Target on new chemical policy and goals, urges Amazon and other retailers to follow suit
Today Target announced a new chemical policy and goals. Safer Chemicals, Healthy Families’ Mind the Store campaign has challenged Target and other retailers to develop comprehensive policies to eliminate and substitute toxic chemicals.
A group of concerned parents, other consumers and Conservation Voters for Idaho gathered with signs in front of Albertsons’ headquarters in Boise before delivering 125,000 petition signatures to Albertsons demanding an end to the use of BPA in its food packaging.
New report shows big retailers cracking down on toxic chemicals in consumer products but others remain serious laggards
Walmart, Target, and CVS among the best; Amazon and Costco among the worst
What’s scarier than the pint-sized vampires, mummies and ghosts who will roam the streets this Halloween? The toxic chemicals that can be found in many Halloween products on store shelves.
I have a bone to pick with our favorite Pacific Northwest company. Part of the “Costco Code of Ethics” is to “take care of our members.” But it turns out that they aren’t taking care of their members when it comes to toxic chemicals.