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BPA: The false poster-child of bad chemicals

Bisphenol A (BPA)— a component of polycarbonate plastic and epoxy resins—which has been used for decades, most commonly as a sealant/liner for canned foods, gets a bad rap.  Despite being one of the most studied chemicals in the world and deemed safe by the FDA, some activists won’t budge.  Watch the video to find out why the claims against BPA are unfounded.

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