Those thin aluminum and tin cans used to store refreshing beverages contain ortho-phenylphenol, a pesticide that is used kill bacteria and fungus; it is known to be carcinogenic.
Potential concerns about the use of BPA, a chemical commonly used in plastic packaging and the lining of cans, have been raised by scientists and regulators for many years. BPA is used in the food and drink packaging industry for its durability and versatility. Numerous studies have shown that BPA can imitate estrogen, creating the potential for health and environmental effects (see more in next slide) .
What Coco Cola has to say? Read here and form your own opinion: http://www.coca-colacompany.com/contact-us/faqs
Why do you maintain that the levels of BPA found in aluminum Coke cans are safe?
The clear scientific consensus is that there is no risk to the public from the miniscule amounts of BPA found in Coca Cola or other beverage cans!!
Author: Sumana Rao | Posted on: January 2, 2017