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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La mystérieuse affaire de l’étude manquante

Photo Credit: Flickr Graham C99 Parmi les nombreuses études publiées sur le bisphénol A (BPA), certaines font l’objet d’une étrange disparition… On prendra pour exemple l’étude conduite par le Département Energie du Laboratoire National du Pacific Nord-Ouest et publiée en

EFSA says BPA is Safe

EFSA: “No consumer health risk from BPA exposure”

If you are worried about the impact of BPA on your body, today you should take note of the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA)’s final scientific opinion. EFSA addresses the issue head on: “No consumer health risk from bisphenol A