|Praises, no criticism|
|Some praise, no criticism|
|Praises, some criticism|
|Criticism, some praise|
Note: Ratings are based on company record, including parent companies.
They are not a comment on the product itself.
|Outstanding Product Feature|
|Animal Ingredients Alert|
|The Guide > Food & Drink > Canned & Packet Food > Baked Beans/Spaghetti|
Bisphenol A (BPA) is the basis for plastics such as polycarbonates and is found in consumer goods such as baby bottles, plastic microwave food containers and canned food and beverage linings. On October 2008, Canada became the first country to formally declare BPA hazardous to human health, due to its links with a wide range of health disorders from infertility, breast and prostate cancer, to thyroid malfunction, attention deficit syndrome and recurrent miscarriage. It is commonly found in PVC and PS plastic packaging (cordial bottles, yoghurt tubs) and in the lining of canned food tins. [Bisphenol-A Website]
- You can reduce exposure to BPA by avoiding the following plastics: No.3 - PVC (Polyvinyl chloride), No.6 - PS (PolyStyrene), No.7 - includes PC (PolyCarbonate).
- See full report by 'Choice' magazine, Sept 2010 [full report]
- Take action on BPA ' email Health minister to say you want all foods made for babies and toddlers to be BFA-free. [Choice - Food labeling]
- See which companies are taking steps to remove BPA from their products in this report by As You Sow: [Seeking Safer Packaging 2010: Ranking Food Companies on BPA]
May contain lard or traces of pork Alternatives: Amys, Bonvita (Information compiled by Aduki)
|SPC||SPC Ardmona (Coca-Cola Amatil)||5|
|Heinz||Kraft Heinz Australia (Kraft Heinz)||USA||6|
|Wattie's||Kraft Heinz Australia (Kraft Heinz)||USA||6|