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Chlorohydrins of bisphenol A diglycidyl ether (BADGE) and of bisphenol F diglycidyl ether (BFDGE) in canned foods and ready-to-drink coffees from the Japanese market

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BADGE.2HCl and BFDGE.2HCl were determined in 28 samples of ready-to-drink canned coffee and 18 samples of canned vegetables (10 corn, 5 tomatoes and 3 others), all from the Japanese market. HPLC was used as the principal analytical method and GCMS for confirmation of relevant LC fractions. BADGE.2HCl was found to be present in one canned coffee and five samples of corn, BFDGE.2HCl in four samples of canned tomatoes and in one canned corn. No sample was found which exceeded the 1mg/kg limit of the EU for the BADGE chlorohydrins. However the highest concentration was found for the sum of BFDGE.2HCl and BFDGE.HCl.H2O at a level of 1.5mg/kg. A Beilstein test confirmed that all cans containing foods contaminated with BADGE.2HCl or BFDGE.2HCl had at lest one part coated with a PVC organosol.
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Keywords: AQUEOUS CANNED FOODS; CHLOROHYDRINS OF BADGE AND BFDGE; COATINGS OF FOOD CANS; PVC ORGANOSOL COATINGS; READY-TO-DRINK CANNED COFFEE

Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: Tokyo Metropolitan Research Laboratory of Public Health, 3-24-1, Hyakunun-cho, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo, 169-0073, Japan

Publication date: February 1, 2001

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