Green Attacks on Consumer Choice

CEI_logo70by60empty“Green Market Pressure Takes Toll on Consumer Choice,” by Angela Logomasini.
When environmentalists don’t have the political power to regulate away consumer choice, they sometimes can get industry to do the job for them. Most recently, Proctor and Gamble (P&G) has decided to phase out the chemical triclosan, which has been used in a wide range of soap products to reduce risks from bacteria. P&G’s announcement follows other dumb triclosan phase outs that Colgate Palmolive (2011) and Johnson and Johnson (2012) have already begun. Read the full article on

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