Do you eat Campbell’s? Then you’re eating BPA.
BPA is used in virtually all canned food and beverage linings, but it’s been linked to breast cancer, male sexual dysfunction, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, liver abnormalities, and more. Rightly so, consumers are concerned about BPA and many are making attempts to avoid it. In response, many companies are also seeking alternatives.
Campbell Soup Company, makers of soups, SpaghettiOs and more, heard from more
than 20,000 people in late April 2011 who wanted to know what the company is
doing to get BPA out of the lining of its food cans. Yet as far as we can determine the
company has not responded.
Major manufacturers like ConAgra, which owns brands such as Chef Boyardee, Hunt’s
and Healthy Choice, and H.J. Heinz have started using BPA-free can linings for certain
products, are committed to removing the chemical from all of their packaging products, and have a timeline to achieve this transition.
What’s Campbell’s waiting for??
Please sign our petition to Campbell Soup Co. demanding a response –
because BPA is NOT “M’m mm good.”