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Harmful chemicals found in cans and other household products

A group in Canada had various household items tested for toxic chemicals. You can read their findings here.

“These substances include heavy metals, bisphenols, and PFAS, which are associated with a wide range of negative health outcomes.

“Several products we tested from dollar stores (Dollarama, Dollar Tree) in Canada were found to contain components with high levels of lead which is a significant health hazard, particularly to children.”

Key findings:

At least one in four products tested contained toxic chemicals, including lead in children’s products and electronics such as headphones.

  • Dollar Tree: 30 per cent of the products tested contained toxic chemicals.
  • Dollarama: 25 per cent of the products tested contained toxic chemicals.
  • All of the cash register receipts tested contained bisphenol-S (BPS).
  • All of the food cans tested contained toxic chemicals (60 per cent with BPA, 40 per cent with PVC and polyester resin).
  • All of the microwave popcorn packaging tested contained PFAS.