WASHINGTON — In response to a report by the National Workgroup for Safe Markets, an environmental health coalition, demonstrating high levels of bisphenol A in canned foods, the Grocery Manufacturers Association issued a statement Tuesday quoting scientific sources and regulatory agencies affirming the safe use of BPA. “Regulatory agencies around the world have based their safety affirmation of BPA on a wealth of data. In fact, there is no new science in the National Workgroup for Safe ...

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