With all of the issues being discovered with some plastic bottles, it is not surprising that glass bottles are making a comeback…HUGE!!
Last year I wrote an article about all of the bottles on the market that were BPA free. At that time Evenflo’s had increased production of their glass bottles by 1000%, hoping that they could keep up with the demand.
I have found quite a few companies that stock glass bottles.
Listed below are some of those bottles and where to get them.
*Note – If you see a bottle you like and it is in stock – order it! Many of these stores are having a tough time keeping these bottles in stock*
Thermobaby, a company from France, now offers parents a glass alternative that has a cute pattern on it and a silicon nipple.
They only come in one size – 9oz. Each bottle is $9.99 at cheekymonkey.ca
Momo Baby Glass Bottle – these brightly printed bottles are offered in 4oz, 6oz, 8oz and 9oz sizes.
Dr. Brown’s now features the same patented internal vent system that helps reduce feeding problems like colic, spit-up, burping and gas in their glass bottles. Each bottle includes patented internal vent system and Level-One silicone nipple, plus a cleaning brush and instructions.
Their glass bottles are easy to clean and top-rack dishwasher safe. They connect directly to most breast pumps. Included is 2 high-grade Level-One silicone nipple, patented two-piece internal vents, travel disks, caps, cleaning brush, and instructions.
Evenflo Classic Glass Nurser – These classic bottles have nipples that are made of soft, flexible latex and have micro-vents that allow even flow of liquid, prevent nipple collapse. Each pack includes 3 bottles and 3 slow-flow nipples.
WeeGo Glass Bottle – Babylife is reintroducing glass baby bottles, but with a new design and safety twist: the bottle is covered with a modern sleeve that will help protect the bottle from breakage and also prevent bumping into other articles in your diaper bag. This sleeve is free of plastics and is 100% non-toxic.
The bottle and the sleeve can be boiled or put in the dishwasher together. The silicone nipple should be hand-washed and is also latex-free and non-toxic. The plastic ring, plug and cap contain no polycarbonates and are food grade, FDA approved and recyclable. The sleeve provides a good gripping surface during feeding and also a great tactile experience for your baby.
Nuturepure – All NurturePure bottles are non-toxic and free from chemicals such as Bisphenol A, pthalates and dangerous plastics such as Polycarbonate and PVC.
All bottles come with food-grade silicone nipples that are latex-free, allergen-free and free of nitrosamines. Bottles are packaged using shrink wrap.
Included in each box: 3 bottles, 3 silicone nipples, 3 rings and cap. Priced at $10.99/3 – 8oz bottles at naturepure.com
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