What “BPA Free” Really Means


Bisphenol A, more commonly known as BPA, is a toxic, petroleum-derived chemical used in the manufacturing of polycarbonate plastic. BPA is also used extensively in the food industry in the resinous lining of canned foods. Other commons sources of exposure are dental sealants, the lids of some types of mason jars, baby formula cans, bottles, …

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