This search tool is a table in Microsoft® Excel format summarizing all the alternatives to bisphenols compiled by INERIS and mentioned in the Bisphenols Substitution website.
During the "Global Food Contact 2015" conference (19 - 21 May 2015 in Rome, Italy) a series of lectures will be offered on the food contact topics.The "Global Food Contact 2015" conference aims to clarify the regulatory worldwide changes concerning materials in contact with food. This event will bring together professionals from the food industry. Among other topics, the debates will address the issue of Bisphenol A.
ANSES has produced a report reviewing the possible alternatives to BPA in its different fields of application. BPA is primarily used in polycarbonate, in epoxy resins coating the inside of food tins, and as a developer in thermal paper (till receipts). 73 alternative solutions were identified. Link to the ANSES report on BPA replacement.
Another report, in two volumes, presents the results of a collective study assessing the risks posed by BPA to human health.