Scientists review data on exposure to and toxicity of bisphenol A (BPA) analogues BPAF, BPB, BPF, and BPS; highlight similar actions and increasing environmental presence of alternatives; call for comprehensive comparative analysis
Danish consumer council finds BPA in lacquer of cans containing peeled tomatoes; alternatives BPF and BPS not detected in BPA-free cans
The Washington Post interviews senior scientist about BPS effects on zebrafish embryo development; comparison to BPA shows that BPS is not necessarily safer
New study demonstrates disruptive effects of BPA and BPS on embryonic development and reproductive system in zebrafish
Bisphenol S (BPS) is used as a substitute for bisphenol A (BPA) in food contact materials. The dossier provides information on applications, toxicity, exposure and regulation of BPS and discusses its role as possible substitute for BPA.
Substituting chemicals of concern with alternatives of similar concern needs to be avoided
Food company ConAgra removes BPA from its cans; non-profit organizations raise concern over safety of BPA-replacements and ask for removal of BPA from all food packaging
Danish researchers identify well-known and new EDCs in paper and board food packaging