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MANY Americans assume that the chemicals in their shampoos, detergents and other consumer products have been thoroughly tested and proved to be safe. This assumption is wrong. Unlike pharmaceuticals or pesticides, industrial chemicals do not have to be tested before they are put on the market. Under the law regulating chemicals, producers are only rarely required to provide the federal government with the information necessary to assess safety.
Kids want to make money! This fun and creative title introduces young readers to the idea of working in a format that is easy to read and use. From weeds to snow, this book contains kid-tested projects that will have children earning money--and loving it! Instructions and photographs guide kids through the process of business plans, safety, marketing, gathering customer information, and providing a product or service.
The JPMA Certification Seal on a product tells consumers a product has been sample tested to the highest category specific standards establi...
Jemma Kidd: Jemma Kidd Make Up is fully opposed to the use of animal testing to assess the safety of its cosmetic products. None of our products are tested on animals and none of our suppliers conduct animal testing on our behalf either. #crueltyfree #makeup