Kroger

Kroger Product Image HealthyStuff.org tested Kroger products for the 2013 picnic supplies study and for the 2013 End-of-the-Year 'Wrap Up' study. Several of the products tested contained levels of lead that exceed 100 ppm, the limit the Consumer Product Safety Commission has set for children's products.

Learn more about Kroger's current policies regarding toxic chemicals in their product offerings and urge them to do more by visiting the Mind the Store website. Mind the Store is a national coalition calling on the top 10 retailers in the US to reduce the prevalence of toxic chemicals in consumer products.

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