Canned seafood occasionally contains small fragments of a glass-like ...
There are limits to how long food quality can be preserved. ... Foods stored
longer will be safe to eat if the cans show no signs of spoilage or damage but
Jul 30, 2013 ... There's growing concern about the safety of bisphenol-A in canned food, but do
the health risks outweigh the extra cost of BPA-free packaging?
Jun 13, 2016 ... Follow these two tips to keep your canned vegetables safe and keep them from ...
Never taste home-canned food to determine if it is safe.
It may seem simple, but trying to avoid the BPA in canned foods can be a
challenge ... even “microwave-safe” plastic can leach chemicals into food when
Sep 12, 2012 ... But if canning is not done safely, your canned food may become contaminated
with germs that could make you very sick--or kill you. Protect ...
This fact sheet focuses on commercially canned goods. Canning is an important,
safe method of food preservation if practiced properly.The canning process ...
May 18, 2010 ... A study conducted by a coalition of consumer and food safety groups found
detectable levels of BPA in 46 of 50 grocery store cans tested.
Canning has been used to help store and preserve food since the early 1800s.
Today ... potential food safety risk if damaged, mishandled or improperly stored.
Our food-safety scientists recommend limiting daily exposure to ... We tested for
BPA in soup, vegetables, tuna, and other canned products as well as noncanned