Are there going to be any dangerous chemicals that replace BPA?



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    More than likely products made with BPA such as baby bottles will now revert to older and safer materials such as glass and steel. While the EPA has granted tests to be done BPA due to concerns with its toxicity, it is still considered safe federally in applications such as canned food. However tests have shown BPA levels to increase among consumers using it andi wll probably influence a change in material to replace BPA. Epoxy resins that are used in cans will probably be replaced with naturally occuring resins, howvever food companies are still having trouble completely removing the presence of BPA from their products.

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