Get Toxic PFAS out of food packaging

Bag of popcorn with Albertsons logos

When you walk into Albertsons or one of its subsidiary grocery stores, like Safeway, VONS, Jewel-Osco, Acme or Shaw’s, you expect the products on the shelves to be safe.

But new laboratory testing indicated the likely presence of PFAS chemicals in samples of the company’s store-brand products and food service ware it uses. These chemicals have been linked to cancer, liver damage and immune suppression.

PFAS chemicals are contaminating the drinking water of millions of people across America. This toxic contamination is a public health crisis and more needs to be done to end the use of these chemicals in products like food packaging.

Tell Albertsons, America’s second largest grocery company, to get toxic PFAS chemicals off its shelves!