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As UCSF Study and Others Continue to Show Problems with BPA, What’s a Consumer to Do?

The California Senate and U.S. Senate missed opportunities in 2010 to legislate removal of BPA from baby bottles and sippy cups. Other states have taken a stronger stance and banned BPA from baby bottles and other children’s products. For example, the strongest ban will become effective this year in Connecticut, where BPA will not be allowed in infant formula containers, baby food cans or jars or reusable food and beverage containers.

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