Soap makers named in Prop 65 suit
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Four companies did not reasonably warn about the presence of the carcinogen 1,4-dioxane in their body washes, gels and soap products, according to a May 29 complaint filed by California State Attorney General Jerry Brown. The lawsuit alleges Avalon Natural Products, Beaumont Products, NutriBiotic and Whole Foods Market California knowingly exposed consumers to a chemical known to "cause cancer or reproductive toxicity" per California's Proposition 65, which requires warnings about potential health risks of chemical contents...
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