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5 Hazardous Chemicals to Ban for a Healthy Kitchen

Keep hazardous chemicals out of your family’s food by learning about the health impacts of common cooking and food storage items—and how to choose safer alternatives for a healthy kitchen.



Avoid toxic chemicals in the kitchen by using glass containers for food storage and avoiding nonstick cookware and antibacterial cutting boards.
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Le Creuset cookware (lecreuset.com) meets California’s stringent Proposition 65 lead standards. Pictured is Le Creuset's 2 1/2-quart roaster in Caribbean.
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Le Creuset cookware (lecreuset.com) meets California’s stringent Proposition 65 lead standards. Pictured is Le Creuset's square Skillet Grill in Caribbean.
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Le Creuset cookware (lecreuset.com) meets California’s stringent Proposition 65 lead standards. Pictured is Le Creuset's 5 1/2-quart round French oven in Caribbean.
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Natural Home products (naturalhomemerchandise.com) offer recycled-content stainless steel and bamboo kitchenware. Pictured is the Natural Home Bamboo Cutting Board with Liftout Tray.
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Natural Home products (naturalhomemerchandise.com) offer recycled-content stainless steel and bamboo kitchenware. Pictured is Natural Home's Eazistore 4-Piece Nesting Sauce Pan Set.
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Keep chemicals out of your food by choosing glass storage containers over plastic ones.
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