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Wal-Mart looks to eliminate formaldehyde, triclosan, other chemicals

Inform SmartBrief | Jul 27, 2016

Wal-Mart has asked manufacturers to stop using formaldehyde, triclosan, toluene, diethyl phthalate and four other high-priority chemicals in their products. Bloomberg (07/20) ChemicalWatch.com (free content) (07/21)


FDA publishes final GRAS rule allowing companies to determine safety

Inform SmartBrief | Aug 24, 2016

Is coconut oil as remarkable as people say?

Inform SmartBrief | Jul 27, 2016

Cargill hopes to sell 2 oilseed processing plants to Bunge

Inform SmartBrief | Aug 17, 2016

Trends: Consumers worried about chemicals in oil, saturated fat

Inform SmartBrief | Aug 10, 2016

Cargill calls on IOI to address RSPO complaints, suspends new contracts

Inform SmartBrief | Aug 03, 2016

Study shows dual fatality risk of high/low HDL cholesterol levels

Inform SmartBrief | Aug 24, 2016

Olive oil controversy hits France as 120 tons of Spanish olives mix into supply

Inform SmartBrief | Aug 24, 2016

EU opens probe of Dow-DuPont merger

Inform SmartBrief | Aug 17, 2016

Open Access article explores the mechanism of fabric softeners

Inform SmartBrief | Jul 27, 2016


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