Danish website on consumer exposure to chemicals

Website of Danish Ministry of Environment and Food informs consumers about chemicals in everyday products and how to reduce unnecessary exposures

FPF fact sheet on food packaging and human health

Food Packaging Forum publishes fact sheet on chemicals in food packaging, migration into food, ways to reduce exposure

BPA substitutes and chromosomal abnormalities

Mice exposed to low doses of BPA, BPS, diphenyl sulfone, BPF, BPAF exhibit chromosomal abnormalities that persist for several generations, according to new study in Current Biology

CLARITY-BPA webinars: Key messages

Carnegie Mellon University and FDA hold webinars on CLARITY-BPA academic research and guideline studies; FDA upholds importance of high-dose effects; academic researchers highlight significant low-dose effects

Push to fully ban PFASs in the U.S.

Hearing at U.S. Congress discusses safe levels of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances in drinking water and possible ban on the chemicals’ manufacture and use

Chemicals in plastics leaching into food

Article in Vox summarizes health concerns related to chemicals in plastic food packaging, discuss U.S. regulatory system, recommend actions to limit exposure

Opinion: FDA ‘rushing to judgement’ on BPA

Article in Environmental Health News discusses main goal of CLARITY-BPA program and U.S. FDA’s premature conclusions on BPA hazards

Webinar on CLARITY-BPA core study

U.S. Food and Drug Administration hosts webinar on guideline studies conducted within CLARITY-BPA program, September 13, 2018; registration now open

Webinar on CLARITY-BPA academic studies

Carnegie Mellon University holds webinar on independent academic studies on bisphenol A within CLARITY-BPA program, September 12, 2018; registration now open

Reducing chemical exposure

Links to practical advice how you can reduce your personal exposure to chemicals migrating from food packaging and other types of food contact articles.