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Bye Bye, Bisphenol-A

102960With the recent concerns about Bisphenol-A, I thought it would be useful to notify you via this short post that Eden Organic canned goods do not contain the controversial chemical.

I have come across their products at Whole Foods all throughout the Northeast as well as local health food stores throughout Manhattan and Brooklyn.

In the off-chance that you can not find them where you live, their website hosts an online store.

PS: if you come across any other companies that use Bisphenol-A free cans, please leave a comment and tell other Small Bites readers!

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3 Comments

  1. Antoinette said on November 15th, 2009

    thanks so much- good to know that there’s an option out there, especially since i have a hard time finding non-canned cannelloni beans!!

  2. val said on November 19th, 2009

    How do we find out if the cans we buy have this chemical? I don’t buy that much canned food but still, I’d want to know. Thanks.

  3. val said on December 22nd, 2009

    Is this bisphenol only in CANNED goods or is it in tetra-paks (cartons) also? Thanks!

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