Apple, Target, Walmart Get Best Grades in Chemical Policy Review
(Bloomberg) -- Target Corp. and Walmart Inc. lead the industry in the latest round of grades released by watchdog group Safer Chemicals, Healthy Families. The report ranks companies on how much information they disclose about potentially harmful ingredients in the products they sell, as well as the steps they’ve taken to eliminate them.
- Ikea and Apple Inc. were the other two companies to receive the highest marks in the study. Nineteen companies, meanwhile, received failing grades, including Dollar General Inc., Macy’s Inc. and McDonald’s Corp.