We are pleased to announce another key expansion of the LOLI digital regulatory database, with the addition of retailer Restricted Substances Lists (RSLs) for ALDI, The Home Depot, Kroger, and Publix.
This new content joins existing RSLs for a number of global retail leaders, including Walmart, Amazon, Target and Whole Foods Market.
Rise of ingredient transparency
With the rise of ingredient transparency and an increasingly conscious consumer base, many major retailers have created their own lists of chemicals that should not be used. While these lists do not carry the force of law, they are a representation of the current social climate and what the market wants today, and they provide guidelines which suppliers and manufacturers must follow in order to ensure retail market access.
Supporting clients in the retail environment
The addition of these RSLs and continued expansion of the LOLI database continues to demonstrate UL’s eminence in supporting clients in the retail environment.
This RSL information is crucial for suppliers and manufacturers during the design phase of products intended for the retail environment.
The LOLI database
The LOLI database currently supports regulations for more than 130 countries around the world in over 40 different languages, and is regularly updated by UL’s global team of over 50 regulatory specialists.
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