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Greenpeace in praise of brands

Author: Guardian [UK], Published on: 24 November 2004

Greenpeace said that Unilever, Nokia, Puma, Adidas and Chicco, the toy manufacturer, had responded to discussions by agreeing to phase out toxic chemicals in all or some of their products. In return, they will be rated on Greenpeace's products database. It has already established cooperation with clothing retailers such as H&M and Marks & Spencer, and furniture-maker Ikea in ridding their products of hazardous chemicals.

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Related companies: adidas Chicco H&M IKEA Marks & Spencer Nokia Puma Unilever