BPA Lined Cans Still Safe Despite Green Hype

news_views_icon“Should You Avoid Canned Food?” By the Center for Accountability in Science.soup
The Environmental Working Group (EWG)—the same group that publishes a scaremongering annual report on sunscreen safety—is now trying to discourage the consumption of canned foods. In a new report, EWG argues that since a large amount of the canned items on consumer shelves use bisphenol A (BPA) in can linings, consumers should “limit or avoid canned food.” EWG claims BPA poses a health risk to consumers, but fails to mention that after comprehensive reviews of the best and most recent BPA research, both the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) have repeatedly stated BPA poses no threat to human health as currently used. Read more.

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