Amazon.com has been selling thousands of products that violate federal safety regulations, according to a new investigation. Amazon claims to be “customer-obsessed”— if it is, prime customers and other shoppers should be able to shop without worrying about toxics in their purchases--like toys for toddlers containing over 400 times the legal limit for lead. ... See MoreSee Less
Amazon claims to be "customer obsessed," but a blistering Wall Street Journal investigation should be a serious wake-up call for Amazon: it needs to focus on ensuring the safety of its products and protecting customers’ health.
That’s a goal a truly customer-obsessed company should embrace. Read our take here: ... See MoreSee Less
Editor’s Note: This post was written by Laurie Valeriano, the Executive Director at Toxic-Free Future, and Mike Schade, the Mind the Store Campaign Director at Safer Chemicals, Healthy Families. A b...
WATCH this great CNN segment for an update on the PFAS contamination crisis. It's good to see this issue getting some serious attention, but it's just wrong that it took this much devastation before it happened. ... See MoreSee Less
Our science director Erika Schreder is interviewed for this story! "If you're concerned about the potential impact of PFAS exposure, Schreder says your best bet is pressuring lawmakers. 'Because these chemicals are available in so many kinds of products, the best thing you can do is ask your local and state lawmakers to ban these products,' she explains."
We're proud to be leading the country in tackling PFAS chemicals. Thanks to everyone who helped us ban PFAS from food packaging in Washington State! ... See MoreSee Less
In 2019, it's easy to order food straight from an app on your phone and have it delivered in minutes. But when you order takeout, you might be eating out of food containers that are made up of a whole...
Our nationally recognized science director takes on the toughest challenges and always calls it like it is. Whether it's summiting Mt. Rainier or taking on the billion-dollar chemical giants like Chemours (formerly DuPont), Erika is decisive, brave and doesn’t hold back. Please consider supporting Erika and Toxic-Free Future’s research by donating today! ... See MoreSee Less
Our nationally recognized science director takes on the toughest challenges and always calls it like it is. Whether it's summiting Mt. Rainier or taking on the billion-dollar chemical giants like Chem...