06 May 2008 10:29 [Source: ICIS news]
“Although the level of risk is not certain, parents are largely unaware of this risk and do not know which bottles to avoid. This lack of awareness is concerning,” said NCT CEO Belinda Phipps.
Phipps has called for bottles to be labelled to remove the risk of BPA contamination.
“We welcome the news that these products are being withdrawn, as a precautionary measure, in
The US House of Representatives is funding an inquiry into the safety of BPA for use in products including infant food and beverage containers.
NCT has joined forces with Friends of the Earth and the World Wildlife Dund to draw attention to BPA and other chemicals.
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