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I read an article this weekend about the high levels of BPA in canned goods.
How did I miss this?  We chucked all of our BPA plastic containers when all the data was released about how harmful it is.  
Am I the only one that missed the link between BPA and canned goods?

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Unfortunately yes I knew it was there. The levels of BPA in canned foods are much higher than what could leach out of a plastic baby bottle or sippy cup. I try to cut back on canned foods because of it. The highest concentrations can be found in things like canned tomatoes. Which stinks for this mama who likes to cook sauce or chili. And its not ust food, its in cans of soda as well. Thankfully we don't drink soda.

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