BPA is found in the linings of aluminium cans but not in the bottled water and plastic soft drink containers, produced by
The scientific consensus among regulatory public health agencies in Europe, Australia, Canada, Japan, New Zealand and the United States is that current levels of exposure to BPA through food and drink packaging do not pose a health risk to the general population.
CCEP’s top priority is ensuring the safety and quality of our products and packaging through rigorous standards that meet or exceed government requirements. If we had any concerns about the safety of our packaging, we would not use it.
We will continue to take guidance on this issue from national and international regulatory authorities. We will take any necessary steps, based on sound scientific principles, to ensure that any package technology is safe for you.
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