FDA’s ban on BPA in baby formula is another milestone in the people-powered movement to to get BPA out of our food.
Food deserts disproportionately expose people of color to toxic chemicals like BPA in food packaging. Article co-written with food justice organization.
Senator Dianne Feinstein’s BPA labeling bill garners media attention.
The Breast Cancer Fund’s statement on Senator Dianne Feinstein’s BPA labeling bill.
A statement by Janet Nudelman, director of program and policy, on the Ban Poisonous Additives Act of 2013.
Reaction to Gov. Jerry Brown’s proposed changes to Prop. 65, the state’s Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act.
Just as BPA disrupts our hormones, Big Chem is doing everything it can to disrupt the democratic process, using its money, power and influence to block government action that would protect pregnant women and children. On Friday, shortly after California’s Environmental Protection Agency had announced its decision to add BPA to its list of Prop … Read more…
“The Prop 65 listing is yet another indictment of this toxic chemical that industry continues to argue is safe, despite waves of peer-reviewed scientific studies finding that BPA harms reproduction and is linked to breast cancer.”
A new study suggests that an individual may not be able to avoid food packaging chemicals like phthalates and BPA by cutting out canned and plastic-wrapped foods.
Only a fraction of federal research funding has gone toward examining links between breast cancer and ubiquitous chemicals such as the plastic hardening agent bisphenol A; the herbicide atrazine; and dioxin.