This is a question I could never really answer because they don’t post it on the product itself, so I emailed the companies directly.
You may think I’m paranoid and a freak about this, but it has estrogen-like properties which may contribute to some boys and men get these man boobs or have very feminine body shapes (big hips for instance), disrupting their normal hormonal balance.
BPA COMMONLY EXISTS IN:
- Clear hard plastics (especially #7), but I am not convinced they aren’t in other plastics as well
- Receipts (seriously, there is BPA ON RECEIPTS. Do not touch receipts then lick your fingers or anything.)
- Disposable paper cups
- Metal cans (as the lining)
- Food storage containers
- Reusable water bottles (polycarbonate)
- Aluminium cans
- Tetrapaks (these are plastic squeezeable containers hold things like soy milk or rice milk for instance)
Source / Source
DO NOT HEAT UP BOTTLES WITH BPA IN THEM
It makes BPA leech out from the bottles even more.
BUT AVOID USING PLASTIC FOR FOOD OR LIQUIDS ANYWAY
In Germany they did a study that liquids absorb BPA anyway even though it is kept cold.
..AND YES, CANADA HAS MILK IN BAGS
Get over it.
We keep milk in bags, not just in huge plastic jugs or cartons.
It seems quite minimal in terms of waste but personally, I don’t buy milk in any kind of carton or bag — I buy all my milk in reusable glass bottles from Harmony Organics.
DOES MILK IN CANADA HAVE BPA?
Here are the responses so far:
Response as of February 10th 2014:
“All of our milk containers (cartons and plastics) are BPA free.”
I will update this post as I get more info.