Hundreds of potentially unsafe plastic-backed fridges, freezers and fridge freezers are still being sold by Britain's biggest electrical retailers - AO.com, Currys PC World, Argos and John Lewis & Partners.
New testing adds 20 fire-risk fridges, freezers and fridge freezers to Which? list of Don't Buys, including models from AEG, Candy, Ikea and KitchenAid
From Smeg and D&G's hand-painted fridges to LG's 'gold' fridge freezer, these models are the perfect alternative to boring white appliances.
Don't rush into buying a fridge, freezer or fridge freezer this winter. Our fire test video shows why non-flame-retardant backing is a potential fire risk.
Roughly 4.4m tonnes of the food wasted in the UK annually is avoidable, and 2m tonnes of this is as a result of food not being used in time. A third of this is because of confusion around the existing date labels, according to new research by sustainability organisation WRAP.
Manufacturers must stop making fire-risk fridges, freezers and fridge freezers, says Which?. Current British safety standards are currently inadequate.