The FDA has banned BPA from baby bottles and sippy cups, protecting some of the most vulnerable people in the US from its toxic effects. However, BPA is in many other products that children and adults come into contact with everyday. Why, if we know that this chemical is harmful, would we permit our citizens to be exposed to it? Jeanne Rizzo, a registered nurse, President and CEO of Breast…
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yet another reason BPA should be banned.
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Greiner Packaging, a largely European-based firm, has announced its intention to phase bisphenol A out of its food products by 2014.
this matters because I care about our planet and our health . we know more now than when we did when these products were developed. Let's use what we know to improve not be complacent, which is what seems to be the norm verses other countries that do not tolerate poisons in their food products.