While the largest U.S. retailers have taken some important steps to improve the management of chemicals in consumer products—more needs to be done! With great power comes great responsibility. Please join us in asking the largest U.S. retailers to end the use of the Hazardous 100+ chemicals.
The world’s biggest multinational retailer, with “superstores” selling everything from clothes and electronics to furniture and groceries.
Largest grocery store chain in the country, owns a number of brands including Ralph’s, Smith’s, City Market, Food 4 Less, Dillons, and Fred Meyer.
Largest membership-warehouse club in the U.S., stocking a wide range of items including clothing, furniture, food, and appliances.
Largest home-improvement retailer, sells everything from appliances and patio furniture, to power tools and remodeling equipment.
Largest drugstore chain in the U.S., sells prescription and over the counter drugs, and an assortment of consumer goods and services.
One of the largest “superstore” retailers in the country, selling apparel, health and beauty products, electronics, and hardware supplies.
One of the largest drugstore chains in the U.S., sells prescription drugs and general merchandise including beauty products and convenience foods.
Major home improvement retailer, sells a range of products including appliances, building supplies, hardware, furniture, and nursery products.
Second largest supermarket chain in North America, owns brands including Carrs, Dominick’s, Pak’n Save, Randall’s, Tom Thumb, Vons, and Pavilions.
World’s largest consumer electronics retailer, sells consumer electronics and a variety of related merchandise, in addition to home appliances.