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To help clarify the use of BPA in our packaging, we've categorized the kind of packages that are non-BPA, the packages that contain BPA, and the packages that contain BPA that never comes into contact with food. We've noted all exceptions, so some items do appear on two different lists. Please review carefully and be aware that the information is updated regularly, as our suppliers discover and adapt non-BPA alternatives:

Non-BPA Packages:
ALL Tetra-Pak® Cartons 
ALL Plastic Bottles, Tubs & Containers 
ALL Canned Coconut Milk & Coconut Cream
ALL Pet Food
MOST Canned Beans, Fruits & Vegetables (EXCEPT: Mandarins, Hatch Chilies, Artichokes & Olives and Giant Baked Beans in Tomato Sauce)
MOST Canned Fish, Chicken & Beef (EXCEPT: Sardines, Crabs, & Cherrystone Clams)
Organic Vegetarian Chili
Tunisian Extra Virgin Olive Oil

Packages with BPA:
Canned Artichokes 
Canned Cherrystone Clams 
Canned Crabs
Canned Dolmas
Canned Giant Baked Beans in Tomato Sauce
Canned Grecian Style Eggplant with Tomatoes & Onions
Canned Hatch Chilies
Canned Mandarins
Canned Olives
Canned Sardines (EXCEPT: Boneless-Skinless Sardines in Olive Oil from Morocco, and Boneless-Skinless Sardines in Water from Tunisia)
Canned Soups & Stews (EXCEPT: Organic Vegetarian Chili)

The Metal Lids of Glass Jars DO contain BPA, but it DOESN'T come into contact with the food:
Every glass jar item has a metal lid. All metal lids DO have a layer of BPA coating, but there is coating of another material put on top of the BPA coating. Thus, the BPA is never in direct contact with the food. Test results from multiple suppliers show that there is no BPA detected from metal lids.