Most canned food contains bisphenol A, study finds

Low-level contamination with the oestrogenic compound bisphenol A is widespread in almost all canned foods, according to a survey published by the Food Standards Agency in April.1 The Agency and the Department of Health have issued statements intended to reassure the public, but there is still no scientific consensus about the risks of such exposures, particularly for pregnant women and babies.

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