FDA Declares Chemical Levels from Plastic Bottles SAfe

FDA Declares Chemical Levels from Plastic Bottles Safe

The Food and Drug Administration recently declared bisphenol A levels resulting from using plastic bottles are no threat to human health.


“It’s ironic FDA would choose to ignore dozens of studies funded by (the National Institutes of Health) — this country’s best scientists — and instead rely on flawed studies from industry,” said Pete Myers, chief scientist for Environmental Health Sciences.

However, the American Chemistry Council, an industry lobby group, was pleased. “FDA is the government agency we rely upon to assess food-contact products. They’ve assessed this issue in great detail and their conclusion is very reassuring,” said Steve Hentges, an executive director with the council.

You want news today that will reassure you on bisphenol-A?

Or do you prefer to point the finger at it?

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One thought on “FDA Declares Chemical Levels from Plastic Bottles SAfe

  1. Jennifer Shon

    This is very interesting to me as I spent an entire day going through all the plastics in my home to get rid of the ones deemed toxic. I think better safe than sorry anyway.


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