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BPA Free Bottles Available in UK

BPA Free Bottles Available in UK

Mindful Mum hasshort list of BPA Free Bottles available in the UK; BornFree™ baby bottles, cups and accessories are free of BPA, Phthalates and PVC. Babisil Silbottle uses silicone to create bottles free of BPA, estrogens and phthalates. NUK has re-launched a BPA free range with a BPA-free sticker on new NUK bottles. Bibi bottle range includes Bisphenol A (BPA) free alternative for health conscious parents. Greenbaby have only ever stocked glass BPA free bottles. Medela offer BPA free plastic bottles. Continue reading

Canada bans BPA to Protect Families

Canada bans BPA to Protect Families

On June 26, 2009, the Government of Canada announced that it is moving forward with proposed regulations to prohibit the advertisement, sale and importation of polycarbonate plastic baby bottles that contain bisphenol A, otherwise known as BPA, to reduce newborn and infant exposure to this substance. Continue reading

BBC: Baby Bottle Chemical Removed

BBC: Baby Bottle Chemical Removed

On the 14th of March 2009 the BBC reported that the makers of babies' bottles in the US are to remove a controversial chemical from their products, amid growing concern over its possible effects. The six manufacturers say they are reacting to consumer demand by removing Bisphenol A (BPA) from their bottles. Continue reading

Bisphenol-A (BPA) in Baby Bottles

Bisphenol-A (BPA) in Baby Bottles

Plastic bottles made from polycarbonate can release a hormone-disrupting chemical known as bisphenol-A, or BPA, which is toxic.

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Recall Clarks First Walking Stage Shoes

Clarks have reported to the press a safety problem with the sole units on two of our First Shoe styles sold over the past 6 months. Continue reading

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Recall Mattel Toy List 2007

In 2007, US toymaker Mattel recalled more than 18 million toys worldwide due to Chinese made toys being a health hazard for children. Continue reading

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Recall Chicco Swinging Bear

Chicco would like to notify all parents that extensive use of the Swinging Bear could, in some cases, cause the internal mechanism to break, which could possibly lead to some small parts breaking off inside. Continue reading