#139 – Action required for listings on Amazon classified as Pesticides

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    Action required for listings on Amazon classified as Pesticides. Beginning January 11, 2021, listings of pesticides and pesticide devices without this information may be subject to deletion. For detailed information for adding the Pesticide Marking attribute to new or existing pesticides listings, see the FAQ section.
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