By Stephenie Smulligan-Maldanis, Nerac Analyst
Originally Published: December 22nd, 2014
In September 2013, the nation’s largest retailer, Walmart, announced it will require its suppliers to disclose and eventually phase out a number of hazardous chemicals from their products on Walmart’s shelves. Products, such as fragrances, cosmetics, household cleaners and personal care products are the items of most concern (1). In March of this year, Walmart updated its policy, to include a requirement that by January 2015, all suppliers will need to provide an online public ingredient disclosure for items sold at Walmart. Also, by January 2018, items still containing high priority chemical must disclose these ingredients on packaging (2).
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