Toys 'R' Us to Phase Out BPA Baby Bot...

Toys 'R' Us to Phase Out BPA Baby Bottles

There are 1 comment on the The Washington Post story from Apr 24, 2008, titled Toys 'R' Us to Phase Out BPA Baby Bottles. In it, The Washington Post reports that:

“Consumer products made from polycarbonate plastic and epoxy resins, including products for infants and children, are accepted as safe for use, and used, around the world.”

It's still early on Monday morning, but Toys 'R' Us has already sent us two e-mails to make sure we know that it plans to phase out by the end of the year all baby bottles and other baby feeding products that ... via The Washington Post

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#1 Apr 25, 2008
Why not join the band wagon. All retailers should also ban products from China and other like countries and give the jobs back to the citizens of the UNITED STATES.

Why is the concern so high with salaries and benefits. The saying goes, "You have to spend money to make money." If American citizens keep losing their jobs to foreign countries and products, how can you profit if they aren't working and earning a decent salary. Happy times, happy spenders.

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