BPA, PVC, Phthalate-free Kitchen Appliances

Hamilton Beach Big Mouth Food ProcessorWe finally decided to tackle blenders, mixers and mills!  We’ve confirmed with each manufacture that the following kitchen appliances are free of BPA, PVC and phthalates on all food-contact surfaces:

Dex Products Baby Food Processor
BabySteps Food Mill by Kidco
Hamilton Beach Big Mouth Food Processors and Juicers
Combi Mommy’s Food Processor
The First Years Babypro All In One Baby Food Maker
Vita-Mix Professional
Vortex Blender Manual Blender
DeLonghi Food Processor
Philips Food Processor
Philips Aluminum Food Processor

Our friends at ZRecs have found several other BPA, PVC and phthalate-free blenders and food processors.  You can find the whole list of their researched products here.  Keep in mind when looking at the list that not all products listed are BPA, PVC, phthalates-free – but they are very carefully marked with each material used by the manufacturers.

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  • Jenbstamps

    Thanks for doing the research… it seems like if we want safe food, we have to make it ourselves (how can 85% of fruit juices/fruits have lead in them and be on the market – even organic?).

  • kk_krista

    Thank you Thank you Thank you!

  • kk_krista

    The Philips links both are for food processors with blender attachments. Are those safe as well?

  • olivia

    hi, i see you have the vitamix on there, any info on the blendtec? they say they are bpa-free, but i didn't think to check for these other chemicals!

  • Karma

    Thanks!!
    Any future plans for a safe bread machine guide? I'd love to know which ones are safe.

  • Vvd

    thanks

  • http://kitchenbacksplashes.blogspot.com/2010/08/white-kitchen-dresser.html Dresser

    Thank you very much for this list!

  • me

    Hamilton Beach uses ABS. That’s not safe, is it? I can’t seem to find enough information on it.

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