HAMBURG – Products from Chinese fast fashion brand Shein contained up to twice the level of hazardous chemicals allowed under EU legislation, in tests carried out by Greenpeace Germany. Product tests on 47 Shein products found seven of them (15 per cent), contained hazardous chemicals that break EU regulatory limits, with five of these products breaking the limits by 100 per cent or more. According to the tests, 15 of the products contained hazardous chemicals at levels of concern (32 per cent).
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