Our Coconut Cream and Milk are
BPA (Bisphenol A) is a plasticizing chemical found in the epoxy linings of some cans,
and in many other consumer products.
The internal lacquer of our coconut cans and ends
were confirmed by our supplier to be
FREE FROM BPA (Bisphenol A) in the formulation.

“So why do you call it Non-Intent BPA Free?
What does this mean? Why isn’t it just BPA FREE?”
Because of it’s widespread use, BPA persists at low levels in our environment (water, soil, air)
and it cannot be 100% eliminated.

“So if the BPA was removed, what replaced it?”
The linings of the cans for our retail coconut milks and creams are made from a
BPANI (BPA non-intent) aluminized polyester plus organosol.
Our retail coconut cans are also FREE FROM these other “Substances of Concern”:
Phthalates, Vinyl Chloride monomer, Acrylonitrile,
Polytetrafluoroethylene resin (Teflon), Bisphenol S (BPS).

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