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  1. Robert Carleton
    April 6, 2024 @ 10:59 am

    The question begs: who uses the safer method and what products/brands are produced using that safer way?

  2. Donald Banaszak
    April 1, 2024 @ 9:23 am

    It is shockingly sad state of affairs when the courts missed this opportunity to work with the EPA and eliminate this absurd use of PSAF chemicals in direct contact with out food sources. It’s also shocking that the EPA allowed this since the 80’s when the dangers of PFC contamination were well documented since the 90’s. The general public has no idea of this blatant and ongoing contamination issue that will now continue and grow. Nowhere else have I seen this revelation published but obviously it will take public awareness to turn the table with consumer demand for change. the problem is that NO ONE KNOWS and this is an obscure publication (no offense) only available to the “choir”. How can EWG get this information out to the major news sources and make the public aware that their catsup bottles are leaching PSAF onto their burgers. Even the photo you used in this article does not alarm, as it would if she was holding a armfuls of condiments, Haven’t even seen news about this on NPR, Atlantic, CNN, not even the more liberal thinking publications. Not even EWG e-mails? Keep up the good work and please get on this, It’s time to bust the truth out!

    • Carey Gillam
      April 1, 2024 @ 10:29 am

      Thanks Donald! Yes, more people need to know what they’re being exposed to and how. We need much more public awareness, and we’re doing our best! We hope you keep reading, and keep sharing our work.