HealthyStuff.org launches new Retailer Center

February 13, 2014

New website feature helps consumers look for products by popular retailers

Over the past few years, HealthyStuff.org has tested more than ten thousand consumer products for toxic chemicals. Today, we’re excited to launch a new feature on our website, the Retailer Center, which will make this information more accessible to you. On this page, you’ll find the toxicity rating of products sorted by popular stores, including top ten US retailers like Target, Walmart and Walgreens.

While some retailers have taken steps to eliminate the use of hazardous chemicals in consumer products, our lab continues to find high levels of lead, chlorine and bromine in common outdoor, household and children’s products, others have more work to do. We think consumers like you deserve a right-to-know about toxic chemicals in the products you buy. Check out our new Retailer Center to see which leaders are leading the pack and which ones are laggards in getting toxic chemicals off their shelves.

We encourage you to use our Retailer Center to know which products to avoid and to join us in the Mind the Store national campaign to ask major retailers to stop selling these toxic products.

More Information

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Lhong Ying Jewelry  – March 27, 2007
LOW
OVERALL
John Hinde Ltd.  – August 21, 2007
MED
OVERALL
Gerber  – July 10, 2007
LOW
OVERALL
not listed  – August 21, 2007
HIGH
OVERALL
The Straight Edge  – August 21, 2007
MED
OVERALL
Just One Year (Carter’s)  – July 11, 2007
LOW
OVERALL
Sassy  – June 26, 2007
MED
OVERALL
Bratz Ooh La La (MGA Entertainment)  – July 25, 2007
MED
OVERALL
Brand Unknown  – January 1, 2006
HIGH
OVERALL
Babyking  – July 25, 2007
NONE
OVERALL
Play Sharp  – July 25, 2007
NONE
OVERALL
Greenbrier International Inc.  – June 26, 2007
NONE
OVERALL
MAM (for Sassy Inc.)  – August 7, 2007
LOW
OVERALL
Especially for Baby (Geoffrey Inc.)  – July 24, 2007
MED
OVERALL
Brand Unknown  – May 1, 2006
HIGH
OVERALL
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NOTICE: HealthyStuff.org ratings do not provide a measure of health risk or chemical exposure associated with any individual product, or any individual element or related chemical. HealthyStuff.org ratings provide only a relative measure of high, medium, and low concentrations of several hazardous chemicals or chemical elements in an individual product in comparison to criteria established in the site methodology.

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