Canned foods for children contain BPA, researchers say

09/22/2011 | MSNBC

Canned foods such as soups and ravioli that are marketed mainly to children contain bisphenol A, a Breast Cancer Fund study found. The six products tested had BPA levels that were "a little higher than those previously found in baby bottles and water bottles," said Connie Engel, the group's science-education coordinator.

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