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

Detecting for the sake of detection

Imagine if detective Miss Marple or Hercule Poirot spent their time solving trivial questions about who made the tea with tepid water, rather than solving complex crimes. This is the essence of what the Stanford University School of Medicine study about bisphenol-A

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Reader Relax: questions to ask about the Buyer Beware paper

Readers of the paper BPA: Buyer Beware , relax! The comprehensive report that received huge coverage in media unfortunately uses false arguments to prove a non-existent point. Yes, there are traces of Bisphenol A (BPA) that can be detected in