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What Does BPA-Free Mean?

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Ever wonder what BPA-free means on the front of your favorite canned foods? BPA is a chemical (similar to estrogen) that is used to line the inside of metal cans. Look for labels that state BPA-free especially on canned foods that contain high acid type foods such as tomatoes or citrus, because they can cause BPA to leak into the contents of the can.

 

 

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