Products with BPA linings or seals
Beginning on January 1, 2017, if you want your food or beverage product to be covered by the point-of-sale BPA warning, you need to give OEHHA the following information in a searchable, electronic format to facilitate posting information on the lead agency website:
A list of all food products for which a warning is being provided in which bisphenol A was intentionally used in the manufacture of the can lining or jar or bottle seals. The food product must be identified by:
- Brand name
- Product description, including the federal Food and Drug Administration product category for the food
- Universal Product Code or other specific identifying designation (if no UPC is used on the product)
- Where bisphenol A is no longer used in the manufacture of the product packaging but the product is still available in commerce, the last expiration or “use by” date for the product where bisphenol A was intentionally used in the can linings or seals
Here is a template (xlsx) you can use to submit to us.
We accept information in the following file types: txt pdf xls xlsx ods xml csv tsv tab fods.
Contact us at P65.BPA@oehha.ca.gov if you wish to submit the required information in another format or if greater than the size limit.
Here’s an easy way to comply, just fill out the form below and submit your information: