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Campaign for Healthier Solutions

Resources about Toxic Chemicals

Retailer Report Card

The Retailer Report Card is a report by the Mind the Store Campaign that addresses major U.S. retailers and their actions to eliminate toxic chemicals

 

2017: This was the first year the Campaign for Healthier Solutions participated in the Retailer Report Card. Dollar Tree earned a D+ with 27 out of 135 points. Dollar General received an F with 0 points. 99 Cents Only was not graded in 2017.

2018: Dollar Tree earned a D+ with 27.5 out of 135 points. Dollar General and 99 Cents Only Stores received an F with 0 points.

2019: Dollar Tree earned a D+ with 36.25 out of 146.5 points. Dollar General earned a D grade with 30 points for adopting a policy to eliminate 8 chemicals by 2022. 99 Cents Only Stores again received an F with 0 points.

 

Lowering the Levels: A Healthy Baby Food Initiative

What's in My Baby's Food? is a report on packaged baby food from various brands and retailers. The investigation found that 95% of tested products contained at least 1 heavy metal that are linked to lower IQs.

 

A Day Late and a Dollar Short

Discount Retailers Are Falling Behind on Safer Chemicals

 

PFAs in Microwave Popcorn

 

BPA Found in Dollar Store Cans

Report: BPA - Buyer Beware