Canada and BPA Safety

“Canada Does an About-Face on BPA — Again” by ACSH.
Last week, the Canadian government reaffirmed the safe use of bisphenol A (BPA) in food packaging, upholding its 2008 stance that dietary exposure to the chemical does not pose a health risk to the general population, including newborns and young children. Although this report is reassuring, Canada is responsible for much of the anti-chemical hysteria surrounding plastics and chemicals today. Read the full article in ACSH Dispatch.

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