National Environmental Trust Welcomes Mattels
Commitment to Replace
Phthalate-Containing Material in Toys
This article is part of a series of commentaries by Nora Cody, First Do No Harm: A Consumer Health Advocate's Cautionary Tales, which examines issues in health and medical research, with a special focus on women's health topics.
In Washington D.C., 7 December, the National Environmental Trust (NET) welcomes Mattels announcement that they will begin introducing organically-derived material that doesnt contain phthalates for use in every Mattel product line. According to NET, Mattels announcement represents a significant commitment to the health and well being of the children who play with their toys.
|Published in In Motion Magazine November 19, 1997
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