Johnson & Johnson baby products cleared in China

April 2009
Chemical Business;Apr2009, Vol. 23 Issue 4, p14
Trade Publication
The article reports on the conclusion of Chinese health authorities that Johnson & Johnson baby products are safe to use after subjecting them to tests for carcinogenic ingredients. Generally accepted safety standards were met by the products, according to the Food and Drug Administration and the General Administration of Quality Supervision. The investigation was prompted by the U.S. group Campaign for Safe Cosmetics which claimed chemicals that pose health threat can be found in numerous baby products.


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