Minimal risk of BPA leaching into canned food confirms Singapore Consumers Association

While it’s true that Singaporeans overuse the verb “confirm” as part of their everyday slang, this time it’s used in its correct form. On 22 August, the Singapore Consumers Association confirmed that common food products in supermarkets have no detectable

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BPA in beer cans: Cheers to an informed debate

Since beer cans have become cool again (even in Belgium, the world’s number one beer country), there’s been increasing coverage in the media of the exposure from the minimal amounts of BPA used to line the aluminum cans. Media outlets,

BPA – nouveau projet de réglementation européenne

La Commission européenne veut renforcer la réglementation de la présence de Bisphénol A dans les matériaux au contact des aliments. En janvier 2015, l’Autorité européenne de sécurité des aliments (EFSA) recommandait une diminution drastique de la Dose Journalière Tolérée (DJT)