Canada is thinking of banning any plastic bottle that contains BPA.  BPA is an acronym for Bisphenal-A, a compound found incertain plastics, specifically the hard “Nalgene” type bottles.  I have done some research on the web and found out a quick way to tell if the bottle contains BPA is look at the recycling number on the bottom of the container.  If it has a 7, then it probably contains BPA.  A good rule for deciding what baby or water bottles to use.

A greater issue is that BPA is found in the liner of most canned food.   Food producers are saying that a BPA ban on can linings, could

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