BPA in Kids’ Canned Food Report

BPA in Kids' Canned Food Report

A product testing report

Bisphenol A is a toxic chemical lurking in your child’s Campbell’s Disney Princess soup, in her Chef Boyardee pasta with meatballs, even in her organic Annie’s cheesy ravioli. Yet you won’t find BPA on any ingredient label.

What’s meant to be a protective barrier between the metal and the can’s contents, contains a hormonally active chemical that leaches into food and is then consumed by kids and adults alike.

BCPP tested canned foods marketed to and consumed by children for the presence of BPA. Every food sample tested positive for BPA, with Campbell’s Disney Princess and Toy Story soups testing the highest.

Read our report

Types:

Share This