"Dear Ms. Wiseman,
Thank you for taking the time to write to us.
At Loblaw Companies Limited, food quality and safety have always been top priorities for us, and we maintain the highest ethical and safety standards for our products - whether they are sourced here at home, or internationally. We would like to assure you that products sold in our stores adhere strictly to all safety and sourcing requirements as per government regulations and that we are dedicated to upholding your trust in our products and our stores.
The health and safety of our customers is paramount to us we recognize the growing concern surrounding BPA. We are working with our vendors to reduce BPA in our product packaging wherever possible. Please be assured that we will also continue to work closely with all relevant government agencies to ensure we are offering our customers only the best in food quality and safety.
Thank you once again for your email. Please continue to share your feedback with us as it is one of the best ways for us to improve."
And this is what I answered back...
"Dear Ms. Weiss,
Thank you for taking time to answer my questions, however I am not satisfied with this answer. I am in no doubt that all your products meet canadian government regulation; however it is my responsibility as a mother to ensure I feel all food consumed by my child meet my standards. We used to buy Eden Organic beans not because they are organic but because they are bpa free. Loblaws has now stopped carrying this product and I am trying to find a replacement product I can purchase from my grocery store. We do not but any products that come in packaging that contains bpa. I have contacted some of the major brands you carry but was also curious to see if your own store brands contained bpa in the packaging.
Please answer my question does your canned beans such as kidney beans, chickpeas, black beans and other contain bpa in the packaging.
Lets see what happens now.