I have written extensively about BPA (Biosphenol – A) chemicals leaching into bottles and the effects that it could have on our children’s health.
Many companies have stepped up and are now creating bottles that will not put our kids health at risk.
Green to Grow is the latest to release a bottle that is free of phthalates and free of bisphenol A – a suspected hormone-disrupting chemical.
The bottles are:
- Bottles are tested in the U.S. to ensure they meet the highest standards for quality and safety
- Free of lead and PVC
- Includes a Beginner (slow flow, 0-3 months) nitrosamine-free silicone nipple
- 100% recycled packaging
- Dishwasher safe (top rack)
They are created with a soft colour pattern that is appealing to most children and have fruit smiley faces on the front. Reasonably priced at $10 for 10oz and $8 for 5oz.
When is $10 per bottle reasonable priced? 3-5$ per bottle should be more like it. Baby gear is getting ridiculously expensive and out of control!
what about Bisphenal free bottles for water (adults)