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Another major retailer just dropped Trump-brand merchandise

Business Insider logo Business Insider 4/1/2017 Emily Cohn

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Bed Bath and Beyond is no longer selling Trump-brand merchandise online.

The houseware retailer previously sold Ivanka Trump diaper bags as well as Trump Home lighting fixtures, according to GrabYourWallet.org. The website, which tracks companies that sell Trump products, reported that as of Friday, Bed Bath and Beyond is no longer selling Trump products. 

Shannon Coulter, the founder of the anti-Trump Grab Your Wallet boycott movement, tweeted Friday what appears to be a letter from Bed Bath and Beyond's customer service team confirming that it had dropped Trump products. 

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This is a big one: @BedBathBeyond now confirming to customers it's no longer carrying Trump products. Just removed it from boycott list. + pic.twitter.com/OXxagLkZtN

 The company did not immediately respond to Business Insider's request for comment.

A $422 ELK-brand light that is "inspired by the Trump family crest" is still listed on Bed Bath and Beyond's website, though it is out of stock. Ivanka Trump diaper bags are no longer available on Bed Bath and Beyond's website, or the website of its subsidiary, Buy Buy Baby. 

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A growing number of retailers including Nordstrom and Neiman Marcus have stopped selling Trump-brand merchandise since the Grab Your Wallet movement gained momentum in November. 

At the time, Nordstrom said it was cutting ties with Ivanka Trump because her fashion line wasn't selling. The Ivanka Trump brand, however, said in early March that sales remained strong.

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