• 5 Not-So-Obvious Sources of BPA Lurking in Your Kitchen

    1 month ago - By Cathe Friedrich

    Are industrial chemicals lurking in your kitchen? There's a good chance that they are and you probably don't know it. Bisphenol A, or BPA, is a plastic or resin in items that people use every day. Two types of plastic contain BPA: polycarbonate plastics and epoxy resins.
    Polycarbonate plastics are found in hard containers used for food storage, making them common in many people's kitchens. Epoxy resins are a thin type of plastic material used as a coating for items like the inner surfaces of cans.
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