Mind the Store
See what retailers can do to really get tough on toxics and keep their customers safe.
Health advocates across the country call on Kroger and Albertsons to ban toxic BPA in food packaging
100,000+ people signed petitions calling on grocery retailers to ban BPA & adopt comprehensive chemical policies
New study rates best and worst garden hoses: lead, phthalates & hazardous flame retardants in garden hoses
Lead leaches into water from hoses, study finds, the market is shifting to safer materials and products
New report reveals toxic phthalates “everywhere.” Used in products from 3M, Hallmark Cards, The Gap, Sherwin-Williams Company, True Value, and More
EPA’s label is a useful tool for consumers and companies.
Two out of three food cans tested have toxic BPA in the linings, new report says. Nearly 200 cans analyzed from Campbell’s, Del Monte, General Mills, Kroger, Albertsons and more tested. Report, infographic, B-roll, & social media graphics available at www.ToxicFoodCans.org.
We created this infographic to provide a visually striking snapshot summarizing some of the key findings of the new report, Buyer Beware: Toxic BPA and regrettable substitutes in the linings of canned food.
A new seal is launching this month that certifies that consumer products are made without chemicals known to harm human health. With the MADE SAFETM (Made With Safe Ingredients) seal, for the first time, people know at the point of purchase which products are made without known harmful chemicals for use on their bodies, for […]
If you are outraged by the lead poisoning of children in Flint, Michigan, take a look at what’s happening just 250 miles to the east, near Toronto, where a Canadian company continues to produce lead compounds and distribute them worldwide for use in paints and plastics.
Chances are you are exposed to at least a dozen products that contain fragrance on a daily basis. Unfortunately we are unknowingly being exposed to potentially hundreds of chemicals as a result, some of which are toxic to our health.
Health Advocates Pleased with Steps to Avoid Chemicals Found in Reprocessed Plastic