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Canada Proposes Policy for Risk Management of BPA

9:40 AM MDT | October 27, 2008 | Kara Sissell

Canadian officials have released a plan for regulating bisphenol A (BPA), which includes banning the “sale, import, or advertising” of baby bottles that contain BPA. The plan stops short of an outright ban on other BPA applications, including the epoxy resins used to line infant formula cans. However, the government will work with infant care companies and their suppliers to ensure products are manufactured in a way to reduce exposure levels to “as low as reasonably achievable,” according to Health Canada (Ottawa), which issued the plan...

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