California Holds Back on Misleading BPA Warning Labels

news_views_icon“California Pulls Back on BPA Warnings – Quality of Information Trumps over Quantity,” by BPA Coalition.Untitled-2
Recently, there has been a lot of coverage on the other side of the Atlantic on the decision by the Californian Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) to delay the implementation of “point-of-sale” warning label for products made out of BPA-based materials. The warning would have to be displayed where a customer pays for products in a shop. This decision exemplifies the absurdity about the anti-BPA frenzy. Let’s explain why. Read more.

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