19 IV 2023 - EFSA sets the BPA tolerable daily intake from 4 micrograms (or 4000 nanograms) per kilogram of body weight per day to 0.2 nanograms.

EFSA reminded bisphenol A in food is a health risk and recommends to UE and Member States for new setting limits on the amount of a chemical that may migrate from food packaging into food.

More info on https://www.efsa.europa.eu/en/news/bisphenol-food-health-risk.

Data about the BPA concentration in water packed in polycarbonate bottles are available on ANSES website (https://www.anses.fr/fr/system/files/CHIM2009sa0331Ra-0.pdf - sorry in French page 145) and on the government of Canada website (https://www.canada.ca/en/health-canada/services/food-nutrition/food-safety/packaging-materials/bisphenol/survey-bisphenol-bottled-water-products.html pages 8-9) with values from 0,067 to 4,208 µg/l and 0,50 à 8,82 µg/l.

This literature also confirmed there is no BPA in PET bottles.

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