Controversial BPA found in canned kids’ foods, report says (MSNBC, 9/21/2011)

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Coverage of our BPA in Kids' Canned Food report, from MSNBC:

Breast Cancer Fund researchers tested for bisphenol A (BPA) in six products specifically marketed to children. Included in the list were such popular kid-targeted meals as Campbell’s “Disney Princess" soup with "shaped pasta with chicken in chicken broth” and Annie’s Homegrown certified organic “Cheesy Ravioli."

BPA, which is found in plastics, cash-register receipts, dental sealants and even money, has been linked in animal studies to a host of health ills, including possible cancers and developmental problems and early puberty. (Read complete article.)

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