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,

Headline figures from speculative studies on costs of EDCs

Speculative anti-BPA studies seem to be spring flowers

A new study that alleges to estimate the costs “reasonably attributed” to exposure to endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDCs) has appeared, another in a series of speculative studies which seem to blossom in the spring. Released last week at ENDO 2015,

A year in milestones – what we’ve learnt about BPA

New Year, new beginnings. However as we are opening a new chapter we have decided to look back to 2014. 2014 started with the publication by the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA) of the second part of its draft scientific