Target

Target Product Image In 2012 and 2013, HealthyStuff.org tested 114 consumer products from Target. Nine percent (10 of 114) of the Target products had levels of bromine above 400 ppm, suggesting the use of brominated flame retardants . Approximately 42% (48 of 114) of the products contained chlorine above 3,500 ppm, suggesting the use of either polyvinyl chloride (PVC) or chlorinated flame retardants. In 2013, we released a study on common outdoor picnic products and found that several of the products purchased at Target contained phthalates, high levels of lead, and hazardous flame retardants.

Learn more about Target'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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Circo, Target  – August 6, 2013
HIGH
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DCVW Home, Target  – November 8, 2013
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Disney  – September 10, 2014
HIGH
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Play, Target  – July 1, 2013
LOW
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C9 by Champion, Target  – September 11, 2013
HIGH
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C9 by Champion, Target  – September 11, 2013
HIGH
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Threshold  – November 21, 2014
HIGH
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Munchkin, Target  – October 9, 2013
HIGH
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Disney  – September 17, 2014
HIGH
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Circo, Target  – November 8, 2013
LOW
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Animal Adventure Inc. (Target Brand), Target  – November 8, 2013
LOW
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Entertain, Target  – July 1, 2013
LOW
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Decor, Target  – July 1, 2013
LOW
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Entertain, Target  – July 1, 2013
HIGH
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Kiss, Target  – October 9, 2013
LOW
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