Early life exposures to low doses of BPA studied in mice and linked to significant dose-dependent changes in animals’ biochemical response
Of the 54 new substances listed as Substance of Very High Concern under REACH, 2 are authorized for use in plastic food contact materials in Europe
New study finds BPS to disrupt hormone signaling in rat cell, discussion about BPA replacement increases
EFSA’s work plan for 2013 includes guidance document on food contact materials, evaluations of plastic food contact materials and recycling processes.
American Chemistry Council responds to proposed listing of BPA as a reproductive toxin with a lawsuit
Richard Sharpe from the University of Edinburgh argues in an interview that public funds should be spent on more harmful environmental health concerns than BPA
Negative testing results lead legislators in Washington State to conclude that BPA ban is well enforced
2 German TV channels broadcasted programs in February investigating the use of chemicals in plastic food contact materials
New study highlights limits of personal choices aimed at reducing EDC exposure, contradicts previous research
Neither expert recommendations nor dietary intervention led to significant reduction in food-packaging derived EDC body burden, reports new US study. Regulatory action is called for to ensure food safety.
EU Commission plans authorization of two new substances for use in food contact plastics, postpones discussions on new ceramics legislation and discusses Declaration of Compliance issues