Canada-US study finds toxic BPA in majority of food cans
Chemical has been linked to cancer, infertility, type-2 diabetes, obesity, asthma and behavioural changes.
Campbell Soup to remove BPA from its cans by mid 2017
Responding to concerns the chemical raises the risk of cancer, brain damage and hormonal problems.
Ice River Springs Water buys Arrowhead for $1.65M
Only companies in Alberta producing a bisphenol A free, 15-litre water bottle
Study ties BPA in cans and bottles to childhood obesity
Echos adult studies, but it doesn’t prove bisphenol A is a cause.
Most toxic BPA destroyed or in landfills: Canadian study
But critics say the study should not stall efforts to eliminate the chemical.