A period underwear manufacturer recently settled a class action lawsuit claiming its products contain harmful chemicals, including PFAS. The lawsuit brings attention to the number of toxic chemicals in feminine products overall.
A new lawsuit has been filed against Coca-Cola, manufacturer of “Simply Orange” juice because the juice has been found to be contaminated with toxic PFAS chemicals at levels “hundreds of times” above federal advisory limits for drinking water.
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New provisions from the Personal Care Products Safety Act were signed into law as part of the fiscal year 2023 government funding bill. The bipartisan legislation intends to protect consumer health and strengthen the Food and Drug Administration’s authority to ensure the safety of personal care products and their ingredients.
Based on the results of a new, yet to be published scientific study, a new lawsuit says many plastic containers used in the U.S. to hold food, drinks, cleaning supplies, personal care items and other consumer products are contaminated with toxic PFAS at extremely high levels.
Here is an investigative report revealing how 3M knew for decades that PFOS, one of the many PFAS chemicals, used in their products like Scotchgard stain repellent and Teflon cookware, were likely highly toxic to their customers and everything else around them, but kept silent and said nothing to the public or the U.S. government…
A class action lawsuit against a major pet food manufacturer was filed last month alleging that the company misleadingly labels pet foods as being “healthy”, despite the presence of titanium dioxide in the pet foods and PFAS on the packaging.
A recent analysis examined 11 bags of pet food and found that all of them contained toxic PFAS chemicals, including several at extremely high levels.
A consumer has filed a lawsuit against Kraft Heinz Company, the maker of Capri Sun juice drink, because the drink contains toxic PFAS chemicals.
The results of a new study have revealed that toxic PFAS “forever chemicals” are common in U.S. indoor spaces like homes, workplaces and schools.