Consumers Union analysis finds BPA in canned foods

11/2/2009 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

An analysis by Consumers Union found measurable levels of BPA in a number of canned goods, some of which had "BPA free" labels. An American Chemistry Council spokesman countered that the results of the analysis were "inconsistent with the conclusions of expert regulators worldwide, all of which have confirmed that BPA exposure levels are low, and well within safety standards."

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