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Foods in cans, are they safe? #4655064
02/03/18 04:26 PM
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You decide, but worth watching..
http://www.toxicfoodcans.org/visuals/



Last edited by CourierDriver; 02/03/18 04:27 PM.

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Re: Foods in cans, are they safe? [Re: CourierDriver] #4655091
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The document on their site seems to be about two years old.

Seems the video/info-graphic are also from March 2016. Many of the manufacturers indicated commitments to move away from BPA by 2017. So any follow up to see if they have?


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Re: Foods in cans, are they safe? [Re: CourierDriver] #4655092
02/03/18 04:49 PM
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Nothing surprises me anymore. Most people, especially corporations; are concerned only about profit. We live in a disposable society, including us. Thanks for posting CourierDriver!






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Re: Foods in cans, are they safe? [Re: CourierDriver] #4655099
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As I look at at my cans of Campbells Tomato Soup and Spaghettios,yum!! My other fave is Raviolios which I'm not sure if they still make.


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Re: Foods in cans, are they safe? [Re: CourierDriver] #4655104
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Scraped the can linings but couldnt be bothered to quantify if anything leached into the contents inside the can??

Re: Foods in cans, are they safe? [Re: CourierDriver] #4655327
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Probably not in the US. People will shoot at them.

Re: Foods in cans, are they safe? [Re: CourierDriver] #4655471
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If it weren't for canned foods, I'd have starved years ago. wink


Plain, simple Garak.

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Re: Foods in cans, are they safe? [Re: CourierDriver] #4655878
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The date on that is March 2016; Campbells (at least they claim to) removed BPA from all it's canned goods by mid 2017. shrug

https://www.campbellsoupcompany.com/news...ng-by-mid-2017/

Campbells tomato soup with a grilled ham and cheese samich is hard to beat! slobber

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Re: Foods in cans, are they safe? [Re: CourierDriver] #4656187
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https://images.search.yahoo.com/search/images?p=progresso+soup+ingredient+label&fr=dss_yset_chr&imgurl=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.generalmills.com%2F~%2Fmedia%2FImages%2FBrands%2FNutritional_Images%2FProgresso%2FSoup_Traditional%2FTraditional_99percent_Fat_Free_Chicken_Noodle.jpg#id=-1&iurl=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.generalmills.com%2F%7E%2Fmedia%2FImages%2FBrands%2FNutritional_Images%2FProgresso%2FSoup_Traditional%2FTraditional_99percent_Fat_Free_Chicken_Noodle.jpg&action=click


click on a label and see if its what Mom use to make...lol


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