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Are cans of Native Forest Coconut Milk really BPA free?

Commented on November 03, 2014
Created November 02, 2014 at 4:10 AM

Spare me the lectures about whether BPA is really unsafe or not--as far as I'm concerned, it doesn't belong in our bodies, safe or not, and they are finding it in our bloodstreams, urine, breast milk, etc.  And yes, I'm aware that other plastic  can liners may be just as bad or worse, but that's not the subject of THIS question.  

When you look up BPA free canned coconut, Native Forest canned organic coconut milk is supposedly BPA free, and when I look it up on Amazon I can clearly see that the cans are marked BPA-free on the label.  But I purchase it in cans from Whole Foods, and there's nothing on the can stating that the can is BPA free.  

Are the cans sold on Amazon different?  

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on November 02, 2014
at 10:15 PM

And the plot thickens . . . 

I was at a local natural grocery chain today and their cans of Native Forest are marked BPA free.  What's up with Whole foods?

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on November 03, 2014
at 03:30 PM

Obviously there's only one possible answer to this question: it's a corporate conspiracy.

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