Plastics For Food Contact, Including Baby Bottles, Very Well Regulated In U.S. And Canada
Trinity College Dublin released a study today on microplastics and infant-feeding bottles during formula preparation. The statement below can be attributed to the American Chemistry Council’s Plastics Division:
We completely understand parents’ concern for the safety and health of their children. They should know that the safety of plastics used in contact with foods, including baby bottles, is very well regulated in both the U.S. and Canada with the help of expert scientists in these countries’ respective food and drug agencies. The U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA) considers temperature conditions, such as heating, as part of its regulatory approach to food contact.
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