Bisphenol A

Pour PlasticsEurope, la décision du Conseil Constitutionnel est une première étape vers la levée totale de l’interdiction du Bisphénol A dans les contenants alimentaires

L’association des producteurs de matières plastiques PlasticsEurope prend acte de la décision du Conseil Constitutionnel du 17 septembre 2015 qui censure partiellement l’article 1er de la loi du 30 juin 2010 tel que modifié par la loi du 24 décembre 2012 sur la suspension de l’utilisation du bisphénol A dans les contenants alimentaires. Powered by WPeMatico

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French court identifies unjustified restriction of trade with French BPA ban

Today, the highest constitutional authority in France, the French Constitutional Council, stated that the French law of 24 December 2012 suspending the use of Bisphenol A (BPA) unjustifiably restricts trade. The Council ruled that it was unconstitutional that France banned the manufacture and export of BPA-based food contact materials out of France. Consequently, the part of the current law concerning production ...

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Industry views on current classification of BPA

Industry remains convinced that there is no basis to change the current classification of BPA. BPA is not a selective reproductive toxicant as indicated by guideline studies that cover a very wide dose range, from very low up to high doses. Effects on animal fertility only occur at high doses of BPA and are a consequence of systemic toxicity. Powered ...

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Industry comments on study on alleged link between BPA exposure and food intolerance

Media reported on a study conducted by researchers from the INRA Institute in Toulouse, France. This explorative study has severe limitations; the biological significance of the observed biochemical parameter with respect to adversity is not demonstrated. Statements relating the study results to humans would therefore be misleading speculation. Powered by WPeMatico

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