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Which retailers are taking action on toxics?

Chemicals are making us sick. Tell retailers to take action on toxics!

7-Eleven, 99 Cents Only, Ace Hardware, Burger King, Circle K, Metro, Nordstrom, Publix, Sally Beauty, Sobeys, Starbucks, and Subway all failed to take substantial public steps to protect customers from toxic chemicals in products and packaging.

Tell the members of the 2021 “Toxic Hall of Shame” to step up! With a single click, you can send a message to all 12 CEOs!

Because of demand from consumers like you, retailers are taking unprecedented action to protect customers from toxic chemicals. 

Our partners at Mind the Store have released their latest annual report card scoring retailer actions on toxic chemicals is out. About 2/3 of the companies have made progress over the last year.

And because companies heard from consumers like you, four retailers that earned Fs on the last report card climbed out of the hole and got higher grades: McDonald’s, TJX Companies (owner of TJ Maxx and Marshalls), Ulta Beauty, and Yum! Brands (owner of Taco Bell, Pizza Hut & KFC).

But a dozen companies graded this year still earned Fs. Will you send a message to the members of the 2021 Toxic Hall of Shame?

Apple, Target, Whole Foods, Sephora, Walmart, and Ikea earned the top grades. And many other companies are taking action.

They’re stepping up to ban chemicals linked to reduced fertility and immune suppression from food packaging. They’re getting carcinogens out of beauty and personal care products. They’re saying no to toxic receipts. And so much more!

7-Eleven, 99 Cents Only, Ace Hardware, Burger King, Circle K, Metro, Nordstrom, Publix, Sally Beauty, Sobeys, Starbucks, and Subway all failed to take substantial public steps to protect customers from toxic chemicals in products and packaging.

Tell the members of the 2021 “Toxic Hall of Shame” to step up! With a single click, you can send a message to all 12 CEOs. 

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