Green Goodness smoothie manufacturer, Bolthouse Farms, is being accused in a new class-action lawsuit of deceiving customers about toxic PFAS chemicals in their drinks.
Category: Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals (EDC)
Capri Sun Juice Contains Toxic PFAS Chemicals: Lawsuit
A consumer has filed a lawsuit against Kraft Heinz Company, the maker of Capri Sun juice drink, because the drink contains toxic PFAS chemicals.
Consumers Want Products Free of Harmful Chemicals: Poll
The results of a new national poll reveal that most consumers want the U.S. government to require products to be screened for harmful chemicals and proven safe before market approval.
US PFAS Contamination Map: Study
Scientists have found there are over 50,000 PFAS-contaminated sites throughout the United States. See the map.
Endocrine-Disrupting Chemicals Discovered in Infants (Again)
A new scientific study has revealed several endocrine-disrupting chemicals (EDCs) present in infants.
Simple Method for Destroying Toxic PFAS Forever Chemicals Discovered
There is finally some good news about toxic PFAS ‘forever chemicals’. Scientists have just discovered a way to break down, or destroy, at least two PFAS chemicals.
FDA Reopens Comment Period on Phthalate Food Packaging Chemicals
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is reopening the comment period, seeking additional scientific data and information on nine currently approved phthalates. Scientific studies have demonstrated that phthalates are harmful endocrine-disrupting chemicals commonly used in U.S. food packaging where they can migrate to the food you eat.
Liver Disease Linked with PFAS Forever Chemicals: Study
The results of a new scientific study indicate that PFAS exposure in pregnancy is contributing to rising rates of liver disease in kids.
Harmful Chemical Toxins Found in Breast Milk: Study
A new scientific study has revealed that breast milk is often contaminated by environmental pollutants. Some of the toxins uncovered in breast milk can disrupt the hormonal balance, brain development, and establishment of the gut microbiome in the infant.
FDA Revisits Safety of BPA
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has finally decided to take another look at the safety of allowing food manufacturers to inject BPA (bisphenol-A) into consumers food containers. The chemical leaches from the containers like cans and plastic bottles into our food. That much scientists have known for a very long time. And BPA is an endocrine disruptor linked with myriad of very serious health outcomes–that too we have known for a long time. Additionally, it takes very little BPA inside food containers to raise the risk of serious health problems.