Posted by: Lawyer Sanders | February 23, 2010

Kentucky environmental attorney Sanders says Cincinnati’s P&G among companies fighting effort to require disclosure of ingredients in household cleaners in New York state court battle.

Ever wonder what ingredients are in your household cleaners?  Earthjustice filed a civil law suit in New York state to potentially unlock the mystery of what’s in household cleaners.  See the story at

Cincinati’s own Proctor & Gamble is among the companies fighting efforts to disclose the ingredients in household cleaners.  Perhaps the question is why?  With current technology, a commercial competitor can easily identify ingredients in any household cleaner. 

So why the big fight over disclosure?  Will consumers be turned off by what is in their household products?  Will moms switch to brands with less toxic constituents?  Perhaps only Mr. Clean can answer these questions. 

As a consumer, I think I have the right to know what is in the product being sold to me.  What do you think?


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