It felt like a rumor when I first heard it. The All-American soup company going BPA-free? But it’s true. And I can’t tell you how much I’m savoring the parent-driven, grassroots movement that created the kind of change that legislation often can’t.
Have you ever had a kid you knew was doing something sneaky but you just couldn’t catch them in the act? Then when you finally catch him dead to rights, he instantly admits to it… [Continue Reading]
Hooray for Eden Foods! They’ve made a move away from BPA lined cans to glass jars at the request of their consumers. They remedied the problem of light exposure
I just finished reading Slow Death by Rubber Duck, the story two concerned men hoping to shed light on everyday toxic chemical exposure by experimenting on themselves. They focus on a new kind of pollution. … [Continue Reading]
UPDATE: Good news! Tupperware now has a large selection of their products tagged as BPA-free and have updated their site with a statement about how they’ve switched to BPA-free materials. We still recommend skipping all Tupperware products… [Continue Reading]
Many Americans have come to the point where they agree that bisphenol-a (BPA) is probably something worth avoiding in food containers. It’s no longer a leap of faith when current research keeps churning out evidence… [Continue Reading]
Dr. Greene has been on the leading edge of the Green Baby Movement for many years. Most parents are familiar with his best selling book Raising Baby Green, which quickly became the standard for parents striving to… [Continue Reading]