|Ask Nintendo to Ensure Slavery-Free Products|
Conflict minerals found in everyday electronic items such as microprocessors are often mined using forced labour and child slavery. Every year, these minerals generate hundreds of millions of dollars for armed groups. While we have the option to stop buying products with conflict minerals, we can also ask that companies stop using these minerals in the first place.
Fortunately, companies such as Intel have made the commitment to make conflict-free products. As the world's largest manufacturer of video game consoles, Nintendo can do the same to end slavery and conflict in its own products. The global call to end conflict minerals can no longer be ignored.
For today's Daily Action, call on Nintendo to take concrete steps to ensure its products are slavery-free.
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|Kelloggs, Remove Toxin from Children's Cereal!|
To "preserve freshness," Kelloggs Company uses a chemical called Butylated Hydroxytoluene (BHT) in the packaging of its cereals. These compound chemicals may be seeping into our foods at unsafe levels. Companies like Kelloggs that sell cereal targeted toward children should take the steps to ensure safer packaging.
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