Lead in Green Sprouts sippy cups?! Say it ain’t so! The paint on iPlay Green Sprouts sippy cup’s glass insert tested positive for lead and the company’s response was very disappointing.
Lowering your child’s exposure to environmental toxins is a necessity, so avoiding toxic chemicals in baby food packaging and baby food makers is an important step.
We’ve seen polyolefin plastic pop up several times recently, so we decided to find out what this mysterious material really is and whether it’s toxic.
A new report by Mind the Store Campaign found BPA in the majority of canned foods analyzed; the bad news is that BPA-free alternatives may be no safer.
Need to find the safest sippy cups and drink bottles for kids, you say? No problem! We’ve just finished wading through several hundred options to put together a list of 90 options.
If you’re buying gifts for organic coffee lovers like me, go for these top non-toxic gifts to make sure you don’t ruin their morning buzz with hidden, unwanted chemicals!
Are you a once a month cook? Here’s a great list of safe dishes for freezer meals to prevent leaching during storage!