Food Packaging

BPA in Thanksgiving Canned Food

A product testing report An unwelcome visitor may be joining your Thanksgiving feast: the toxic chemical bisphenol A (BPA). This hormonally active chemical in the lining of canned foods has been linked to breast cancer and a...

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...

Disrupted Development Report

Thanks to public outcry, BPA is no longer used in baby bottles or infant formula containers. But a closer look...

Market Actions on BPA

BCPP has been at the forefront of educating the public and policymakers about the dangers of bisphenol A (BPA) since 2006. The visibility and pressure created by BCPP and allies, along with emerging science, has brought BPA to...

BPA Laws and Regulations

How BPA came to be regulated by a patchwork quilt of state and federal laws that fail to adequately safeguard...

Food Packaging

Our regulatory systems governing the use of chemicals in food packaging fall far short of ensuring that these chemicals are...

BPA Buyer Beware Report

We're proud to say that many canned food makers are phasing out their use of BPA. Problem solved? Not exactly.