Safeway reports on chemicals

Safeway has become the latest retailer to publish information about its policies to restrict hazardous substances in products. The supermarket has phased out the use of some phthalates and will ban the biocide triclosan in own-brand products from 2006. Environmental groups will welcome the step - although its policy appears less comprehensive than that of the market leaders.

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