Dinnage, Russell J.
December 2007
Rachel's Democracy & Health News;12/6/2007, Issue 936, p4
The article focuses on a report released by the Environmental Working Group which states that major U.S. manufacturers of infant formula line their packages with material that contains unsafe levels of a chemical linked to reproductive problems. According to the advocacy group, Nestle, Ross-Abbot, MeadJohnson and PBM admitted using the chemical, bisphenol A, as an epoxy resin to line cans of popular brands.


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