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What's in a Label? Not Enough

What’s in a Label? Not Enough

The Hill

John Replogle, Jeanne Rizzo, Erin Switalski

May 17, 2016

“The majority of consumers are blissfully unaware of just what is in their household cleaners because no laws require manufacturers to reveal the ingredients they contain – and under the guise of protecting “trade secrets,” most don’t. That is why the Breast Cancer Fund, Women’s Voices for the Earth, and our advocacy partners have been working for years to advocate for ingredient disclosure in the full range of consumer products and to educate our stakeholders on how to keep their homes toxic free.”

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