Campbell Soup Company will stop using cans with Bisphenol A (BPA) linings by mid 2017 in response to consumers worried about the health effects of the chemical.
In a statement on Monday, the company said that products packaged in the new, non-BPA cans will include all Campbell’s soups, gravys, Swanson broth and SpaghettiOs pasta.
Campbell’s is replacing BPA with acrylic or polyester materials. However, a 2015 study found that chemicals used to replace BPA may have the same impact on the human body.
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