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November 16, 2010

Cheap Chain Store Reusable Bags Contain Lead

11.16.2010 Tampa Bay Online

Illustrating in no uncertain terms the dangers of cheap, low-quality reusables, recent studies have found that the inks illustrating reusable bags sold at some chain stores contain alarming levels of lead. Stores involved include Winn-Dixie and Publix.

Read about our stance on the dangers of cheap reusables here.

Check out the complete New York Times piece here.

Update: And for those interested, here is the original article that broke the story.


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