Use of BPA in infant formula packaging banned in the U.S.

The FDA has decided to prohibit the use of bisphenol-A, a chemical tied to health problems such as cancer, infertility and heart disease, as a coating in infant formula packaging. The agency has not made a final determination about the safety of BPA, but noted that the chemical's use has already been abandoned by the industry.

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