Too little, too late is how the Breast Cancer Fund characterizes the FDA’s decision to ban BPA in baby bottles and sippy cups.
Just a week after the U.S. Congress failed to protect kids from BPA in baby bottles and sippy cups, the European Commission has voted to ban the chemical from baby bottles.
“It’s a huge blow for kids,” said Janet Nudelman of the eco-friendly Breast Cancer Fund.
Two forms of progress on the bisphenol A front in recent weeks: NY is now the seventh and most populous state to ban BPA from baby bottles, while new tests confirm that some paper receipts are delivering a daily dose of the stuff, too.
The California Assembly has passed a bill that would remove BPA from baby bottles, sippy cups, formula cans and baby food jars.