BPA-free labeling causes consumers to overlook possible danger of chemical's substitute
from Promo Marketing
BPA-free typically is implied to be a good thing. While BPA is not regulated, studies have labeled the chemical, Bisphenol A, used to make certain kinds of plastics, as potentially harmful. But what happens when BPA is removed? What is used in its place? According to a recent study, when BPA is removed, it is often replaced with other, less-studied chemicals. Therefore, the health implications of those chemicals aren't known.
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