|Title||Bottles Can Be Toxic Part II|
|Publication Type||Research Reports|
|Year of Publication||2019|
|Keywords||Bisphenol-A, BIS, BPA, feeding bottles, sippy cups, IMS Act,|
As per the current BIS regulations, the use of BPA is prohibited but the current study observed the migration of BPA in baby feeding bottle samples. Earlier the baby feeding bottles, sippy cups were manufactured with polycarbonate in which BPA was the main constituent (BPA is the building block for polycarbonate), however after the prohibition of BPA from the baby feeding bottles, it is quite surprising that the traces of BPA is still being found in the bottles. Similarly, traces of BPA are also detected in the sippy cups, hence it raises questions on the material being used in baby feeding bottles and sippy cups.