Cleaning Up Misinformation About Cleaning Products

When it comes to the green revolution, you’re a conscientious soldier. You care about the effect consumer products have on your health and the health of the planet. You read labels. You understand that chemical use has consequences.

Or you would, anyway, if manufacturers let you. While the law requires that food products list their ingredients on the package, the same rule does not apply to household cleaning products. And sometimes their brand names can be misleading.

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Published In: Consumer Protection Updates, Environmental Updates, Products Liability Updates

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