EFSA – No consumer health risk from bisphenol A exposure

EFSA’s comprehensive re-evaluation of bisphenol A (BPA) exposure and toxicity concludes that BPA poses no health risk to consumers of any age group (including unborn children, infants and adolescents) at current exposure levels. Exposure from the diet or from a combination of sources (diet, dust, cosmetics and thermal paper) is considerably under the safe level … Continue reading EFSA – No consumer health risk from bisphenol A exposure

Written Q&A to EU Commission – High levels of Bisphenol A in widely consumed food

◊ E-011591/2011: Written question to the Commission by Nikolaos Salavrakos(EFD), Member of the European Parliament: According to scientists at Harvard University, canned food and refreshments stored in plastic bottles contain excessively high levels of the chemical bisphenol A, which is linked to cancer and cardiovascular and sexual maturation problems. The scientists found that some food … Continue reading Written Q&A to EU Commission – High levels of Bisphenol A in widely consumed food