Environment | Webinars

Reducing Exposure to Harmful Chemicals in Food Packaging

September 26, 4pm PT / 7pm ET

We all have to eat, and much of what we eat comes packaged: Meat and fish in plastic wrap, cereals in boxes, yogurt in plastic cups, soup in cans, drinks in plastic bottles. If you think about the items in a typical grocery store, virtually all of them are encased in something. 

It would be reasonable to assume that what’s touching your food is safe from chemicals of concern. Unfortunately, that is not the case. 

Join us for this free webinar presented by Green Living Expert Deborah deMoulpied to learn about the risks and what you can do to reduce your exposure. You will learn about:

  • The pros and cons of food packaging
  • Chemical exposures from food packaging and contact materials
  • Hot-button topics like microplastics and PFAS
  • Which types of packaging are safest
  • Solutions and tips to reduce your exposures

Bring your questions! 

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This webinar is brought to you by the Anticancer Lifestyle Program, a program designed to help people reduce their risk of cancer by making healthy lifestyle choices.

About the presenter:
Deborah deMoulpied, Green Living Expert, Anticancer Lifestyle Program

Deborah deMoulpied, a green living expert, created the Environment pillar of the Anticancer Lifestyle Program. Deborah was the founder of an environmental green goods store in New Hampshire. In order to choose the cleanest possible products for her store, she spent years researching and vetting companies and products so that her customers could be confident that the brands she carried were the safest ones available. Deborah is active in the environmental community and is a frequent guest lecturer for cancer support groups and organizations promoting a less toxic lifestyle.

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