IPEN Members and Others Demand Mexican Authorities Remove All Johnson & Johnson Talc Products for Babies
The company has already done so in the USA and Canada and should not operate a double standard in Mexico
15 July 2020
(Mexico City) - IPEN environmental and health organizations, together with other civil society organizations, sent a letter yesterday to the Ministry of Health, the Federal Commission for the Protection of Sanitary Risks and the Federal Attorney's Office of the Consumer, requesting to end the sale of J&J baby powder and any other brands containing mineral talc, to avoid risks to the health of consumers by applying the Precautionary Principle.
Click the link above to read the letter and press release (Spanish).