An international consortium of industry, academic and government scientists has rejected as incomplete and unreliable the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s position that a chemical found in food containers and other household products is safe. The group, which met last month in Germany, is working to release a consensus statement in the next few weeks. The group raises questions about the two studies the FDA has used as its foundation to declare that bisphenol A (BPA) is safe in food and beverage containers. They call for a much broader look at the chemical than the FDA has given.
Source: Mercury News
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