BPA a chemical commonly used in plastics has been listed under Californiarsquos Proposition 65 law as a possible carcinogen and a toxin that may cause reproductive harm Thinkstock

BPA, a chemical commonly used in plastics, has been listed under California’s Proposition 65 law as a possible carcinogen and a toxin that may cause reproductive harm.

California restaurants advised to post BPA warnings

Recently added to the Prop. 65 list, the chemical is common in bottles, cans

Thousands of restaurant operators across California could be at risk of becoming the target of lawsuits under new emergency rules requiring warnings about bisphenol A, or BPA.

BPA, a chemical commonly used in plastics and for the protective lining of cans, bottle or jar lids, has been listed under California’s Proposition 65 law as a possible carcinogen and a toxin that may cause reproductive harm.

Prop. 65 requires that businesses in California warn consumers about

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