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]