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September 21, 2011

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Breast Cancer Fund

Thanks for your question. Plastic wrap does not contain BPA, which is used in hard, shatterproof polycarbonate plastics and in the epoxy resin that lines food cans. But plastic wraps *may* contain phthalates, plasticizers that should be avoided. At the Breast Cancer Fund, we recommend using glass, ceramic or stainless steel food and beverage containers.

Lone Bear

I have seen all plastic wraps are in all foods would the frozen veggies be safe if in referidgerator and then immed opened with sudden cold or heat would that be safe or harmful? even cheeses i immed remove all wrapping and put aluminum foil. is that ok? for also veggies?

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