As a consumer you are entitled to information about the toxic chemical content of any product you buy in the EU. A recent study found that not one of 14 major retailers, including Renault, Tesco, WH Smith and Argos could provide information about the toxic content of their products despite a legal obligation for them to do so within 45 days.

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