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California State Assembly Approves BPA Ban Afternoon News

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by Cambria Bold (editorial@apartmenttherapy.com) last modified May 24, 2011

This just in: California's State Assembly has finally passed a bill that would ban the use of Bispehenol-A (BPA) in children's feeding products, including bottles, sippy-cups, baby food, and formula.




 

 

2011-5-24_bpa_ban.jpgThis just in: California's State Assembly has finally passed a bill that would ban the use of Bispehenol-A (BPA) in children's feeding products, including bottles, sippy-cups, baby food, and formula. The Toxin-Free Infants and Toddlers Act "prohibit(s) the manufacture, sale, or distribution of the above products designed for children 3 and younger that contain more than 0.1 parts per billion (ppb) of BPA." The bill now heads to the State Senate for final approval.



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