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Marianna1988 10-07-2012 10:19 PM

BPA-free cans
 
What brand of canned food (beans maybe? IDR what the food was) is free of BPA? I usually use fresh/frozen/dried foods, but I do like to keep a few back up cans just in case.

wavesofgrace 10-07-2012 11:26 PM

Re: BPA-free cans
 
Eden Foods... I think I read that they were the first company to start using BPA-free cans. There may be other companies that have switched over too, but Eden is the only one I know for sure.

HTH! :0)

vjbakke 10-08-2012 11:01 AM

Re: BPA-free cans
 
Eden has some things in Tetra packs. Even if the cans are BPA free that is no guarantee that what they replaced the bpa lining is any safer. I would stick with glass if tetra pack. We haven't bought any metal canned food in years.

Marianna1988 10-08-2012 01:28 PM

I don't know what tetra is :blush:

Where do you find things in glass? The only "canned" food I see that isn't in metal cans is some fruits (peaches, pears, and fruit cocktail), but even then they are still in plastic. I don't buy canned fruit anyway, it tastes gross and I'd rather have frozen if I can't have fresh. I keep tomatoes (diced and sauce) and beans as a back up. I've never seen those in anything but tin cans.

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vjbakke 10-08-2012 04:02 PM

Re: BPA-free cans
 
Here are what they look like- https://www.google.com/search?q=tetr...w=1280&bih=861


We buy tomato products in glass from Azure.


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