Maine Groups Press for Ban After BPA Found in Baby and Toddler Food

"Since January, baby bottles, sippy cups and reusable food containers in Maine have been free of the chemical hardening agent Bisphenol-A. Now, environmental health activists want the state to eliminate BPA from infant formula, baby and toddler foods. The move comes after tests conducted by The Alliance for a Clean and Healthy Maine and Mainely Moms and Dads also found BPA in those products."


Patty B. Wight reports for the Maine Pubic Broadcasting Network February 14, 2012.

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"Debate Intensifies Over Effort To Ban Controversial Chemical Found in Baby Food" (Bangor Daily News)