Walmart

Walmart Product Image In 2012 and 2013, HealthyStuff.org tested 71 products from Walmart. These products include garden hoses, outdoor and exercise equipment, children's accessories, and holiday decorations. Approximately 10% (7 of 71) of the products tested contained bromine levels above 400 ppm, suggesting the use of brominated flame retardants. Moreover, we found high levels of lead in some of the Walmart products in our 2012 home and garden product study.

Learn more about Walmart'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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Lotus, Walmart  – October 3, 2013
HIGH
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George, Walmart  – October 9, 2013
HIGH
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Runway Pink  – September 18, 2014
LOW
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Holiday Time  – November 17, 2014
HIGH
OVERALL
Ozark Trail Outdoor Equipment, Walmart  – July 1, 2013
HIGH
OVERALL
Mainstays, Walmart  – July 1, 2013
LOW
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Creative Things, LLC  – September 19, 2014
LOW
OVERALL
Coleman Company, Inc., Walmart  – July 1, 2013
HIGH
OVERALL
Patch Products, Inc., Walmart  – February 12, 2014
HIGH
OVERALL
Buzz Bee Toys, Walmart  – November 7, 2013
MED
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Runway Pink  – October 10, 2014
HIGH
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Holiday Time  – November 17, 2014
MED
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Lotus, Walmart  – October 3, 2013
LOW
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Sanrio, Walmart  – October 9, 2013
HIGH
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Holiday Time, Walmart  – November 25, 2013
LOW
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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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