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BFree Wide Neck PES Bottle 300ml (Single Pack)

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Retail price: S$21.90  

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BFree Wide Neck PES Bottle 300ml (Single Pack) <ul> <li> 10oz. (300ml) BFree Bisphenol-A Free plastic bottles</li> <li> Complete with the new innovative air vent that helps eliminate colic symptoms.</li> <li> Each bottle comes with a level 3 teat and a cover.</li> </ul> <p> BFree is made of a new, safe, honey-colored plastic called Polyamide (PA) that is free of Bisphenol-A, a chemical that is shown to leach from other bottles that are made of Polycarbonate. BFree&#39;s special plastic is also more resistant to detergents.</p> <p> <strong>What is Bisphenol-A? </strong><br /> Bisphenol A is used in the production of epoxy resins and polycarbonate plastics. In February 2005 a new EU standard for testing feeding bottles was introduced throughout Europe. These tests have always included checks for well known dangerous chemicals such as lead and mercury in the components of the bottle. However from the above date manufacturers will now have to test for leaching of Bisphenol-A.</p> <p> It has been known for some time that scratched and worn polycarbonate feeding bottles will leach this chemical. A report published in the UK in March 2004 showed that polycarbonate bottles of all types leach increasing levels of Bisphenol-A as they are used and sterilized.</p>
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BFree Wide Neck PES Bottle 300ml (Single Pack) <ul> <li> 10oz. (300ml) BFree Bisphenol-A Free plastic bottles</li> <li> Complete with the new innovative air vent that helps eliminate colic symptoms.</li> <li> Each bottle comes with a level 3 teat and a cover.</li> </ul> <p> BFree is made of a new, safe, honey-colored plastic called Polyamide (PA) that is free of Bisphenol-A, a chemical that is shown to leach from other bottles that are made of Polycarbonate. BFree&#39;s special plastic is also more resistant to detergents.</p> <p> <strong>What is Bisphenol-A? </strong><br /> Bisphenol A is used in the production of epoxy resins and polycarbonate plastics. In February 2005 a new EU standard for testing feeding bottles was introduced throughout Europe. These tests have always included checks for well known dangerous chemicals such as lead and mercury in the components of the bottle. However from the above date manufacturers will now have to test for leaching of Bisphenol-A.</p> <p> It has been known for some time that scratched and worn polycarbonate feeding bottles will leach this chemical. A report published in the UK in March 2004 showed that polycarbonate bottles of all types leach increasing levels of Bisphenol-A as they are used and sterilized.</p>
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  • 10oz. (300ml) BFree Bisphenol-A Free plastic bottles
  • Complete with the new innovative air vent that helps eliminate colic symptoms.
  • Each bottle comes with a level 3 teat and a cover.

BFree is made of a new, safe, honey-colored plastic called Polyamide (PA) that is free of Bisphenol-A, a chemical that is shown to leach from other bottles that are made of Polycarbonate. BFree's special plastic is also more resistant to detergents.

What is Bisphenol-A?
Bisphenol A is used in the production of epoxy resins and polycarbonate plastics. In February 2005 a new EU standard for testing feeding bottles was introduced throughout Europe. These tests have always included checks for well known dangerous chemicals such as lead and mercury in the components of the bottle. However from the above date manufacturers will now have to test for leaching of Bisphenol-A.

It has been known for some time that scratched and worn polycarbonate feeding bottles will leach this chemical. A report published in the UK in March 2004 showed that polycarbonate bottles of all types leach increasing levels of Bisphenol-A as they are used and sterilized.

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