Scientist, Educator & Speaker
I just left you a voice mail message as I am following up on the BPA Replacement not safe; the article that you published int the Taste for Life on June 2016. It has taken me a while to get back to you since I do so much research that I clutter myself with too much information. It only makes sense that they would not clear the slate & replace BPA with another toxin just as they do in the food labeling scramble. My main question to you Is I purchased over 25 years ago a complete Rubber Maid set for refrigeration-storing food. I contacted Rubber Maid they said my tubs were made before they put BPA into packaging; is that possible?
So do I donate these containers to the art class to store non food materials or dispose all together & does this BPA or plastic keep putting off a gas into the environment with all plastics.
Thank you .
It’s very possible that your plastic tubs do not contain BPA. But, the plastic is old and may be leaching other chemicals. It’s a wonderful idea to donate them to a class that could use them to store non-food materials. You could replace with glass storage containers (Pyrex makes a nice assortment).
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