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Our BPA Free Collection: Nov 09

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Boon Fluid

This streamlined no-spill toddler cup has an ergonomic, two-handed grip that is perfect for small hands. The angled spout requires less head tipping, making it more comfortable to use.

The Safe Sippy

Meet The Safe Sippy™ stainless steel drinking cup – one small step in creating a less toxic world for our children. The Safe Sippy™ cup breaks away from the all-plastic sippy cup designs of the past. From the clean, non-leaching stainless steel cup to the unique safety features to the plastics free of Bisphenol A and other harmful chemicals, The Safe Sippy™ cup was created to accomplish one simple goal: Clean In, Clean Out.

Foogo by Thermos

Thermos® has brought its superior insulation technology to a new line of children’s products for ages six months and older.
In addition to providing added protection from spoilage and foodborne illnesses, Thermos® also offers parents extra peace of mind in knowing that Foogo™ products use all FDA approved materials and do not use plastics containing Bisphenol A (BPA).

Green to Grow

Made from PES plastic, which gives them a natural golden color. They are free of phthalates and free of bisphenol A – a suspected hormone-disrupting chemical used in polycarbonate plastic, from which most baby bottles are made.

Klean Kanteen Stainless Steel and Kolors

Klean Kanteen's 12oz bottle is made from 100% recyclable, high-quality, food-grade stainless steel so it doesn’t need a special lining like some other metal bottles. It’s completely BPA-free and won’t leach chemicals, toxins, or funky flavors into your baby’s water or juice.

It’s designed for small hands, making it easy to hold. And the large-mouth makes it easy to clean too—just scrub it out with soap and water, or toss it in the dishwasher.

For Information about BPA and its concerns: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bisphenol_A

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