BPA Dangers in Your Pantry?

Consumer's Union put 19 products under the microscope to test for levels of the chemical bisphenol A, or BPA. What it found was a wide range of results -- little or no BPA in some juice boxes and infant formula packaged in paper, but what Consumer's Union considered high levels in a number of canned goods, including Del Monte green beans and Progresso Vegetable Soup. "Our studies show that BPA is actually in the food itself," Urvashi Rangan, director of technical policy at Consumer Reports,...Full Story
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