National associations supported EFSA bisphenol a safety study
after the European Food Safety Agency (EFSA) announced that the current content control limit of bisphenol A (BPA) would not cause health risks to consumers of all age groups, associations around the world supported the survey results
the European plastics industry rejected a report on bisphenol A alternatives issued by the French government last December. In France, bisphenol A is banned from all food packaging, and the regulation that baby bottles should not contain bisphenol A has been implemented since four years agoPc/bpa organization of plastics Europe said that according to the conclusion of EFSA, the degree of restriction of bisphenol A in France was unbalanced and should be withdrawn. "In fact, the exposure value of bisphenol A is far lower than the safety standard value issued by EFSA, and the comprehensive restriction of bisphenol a nationwide, especially in France, is an inappropriate decision and should be withdrawn." Jasmin Bi from pc/bpa said
"this conclusion of EFSA on bisphenol A should be incorporated into the European food safety regulations and respected by all EU Member States." Bird added
its 2600 (2) 900 Ma products have begun to use high nickel 811 materials. The British Plastics Federation (BPF) said it fully supports the findings and conclusions after the review of EFSA. This conclusion provides an authoritative recognition for the use safety of products containing double floating fibers due to insufficient resin infiltration of GF
Sarah plant, manager of public and industrial affairs of the British Plastics Federation, said: "in recent years, the political attention of bisphenol A incident has become higher and higher, which has been separated from reality and the use nature of this substance in some countries. EFSA's judgment on the safety of bisphenol A recognizes this substance, and consumers should relax."
in the United States, industry experts praised the broad scope of EFSA research and pointed out that its conclusions were consistent with those of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) last year
"the overall conclusion of EFSA is similar to the recent report of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration on the safety of bisphenol A," said Steven Hentges from the pc/bpa global organization of the American Chemical Council. "Different from previous assessments, this EFSA assessment of bisphenol A exposure is not limited to food, but also involves a series of other potential sources."
"many other government agencies around the world are also conducting scientific assessments of bisphenol A, and have clearly pointed out that it is safe when used in food contact materials. 'is bisphenol a safe?' for this question, FD's answer to the question of no corrosive medium around a is similar to EFSA, and it is very clear: 'yes,'" Hentges said at the press conference
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