One of the dozen d-Con products that will be phased out in the coming year. The company will still continue to make rodenticides that meet EPA safety standards.

Makers Of d-Con Rat Poison Agree To Pull 12 Potentially Dangerous Products

For years, makers of mouse and rat poisons in the U.S. have been phasing out in-home rodenticides that use toxic pellets without a so-called “bait station” to contain them, allowing to pellets to scatter around a house, making their way into the mouths of curious kids. In fact, only one company has balked at pulling these potentially dangerous products from shelves; unfortunately, that company is the nation’s largest maker of rat poison. [More]

Durex Condom Makers Buy Global Rights To K-Y Lubricants Because, Well, Obviously

Durex Condom Makers Buy Global Rights To K-Y Lubricants Because, Well, Obviously

There are some business deals we don’t really understand, the kind that just can’t be good for anyone. But when the owners of Durex condoms snatch up rights to sell K-Y globally, well that’s pretty much a natural match made in the bedroom. [More]