Steps Are Being Taken by Various Entities to Reduce Consumer Exposure to BPA

Numerous prior posts noted that nearly everyone in the U.S. has low levels of BPA in their body, and have reviewed the animal and laboratory studies which indicate that BPA exposure may have adverse health effects on humans. It has also been noted that recent evidence indicates that the major vector...

Update on BPA Use and Production

The post on March 18, Steps Are Being Taken by Various Entities to Reduce Consumer Exposure to BPA , noted that Campbell's was planning on removing BPA from its soup cans. Other companies are also taking steps to decrease, minimize, or eliminate BPA from their food storage containers. As noted...

FDA Rejects BPA Ban

By Elise N. Paeffgen , Associate, Alston & Bird LLP The National Resources Defense Council (NRDC) petitioned the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in 2008 to ban bisphenol A (BPA) from food packaging. FDA never responded to NRDC's petition, forcing NRDC's hand to file suit in 2010...

Have past blood tests for BPA been faulty? Recently published study so claims

Prior posts have noted in detail the results of various studies of the impacts of BPA on various test media (e.g., animals). Prior posts have described the ongoing public debate over BPA and its listing and then delisting as a reproductive toxicant under California's Proposition 65. A recent post...