Frequently Asked Questions

How does BPA contaminate food?
Small amount of BPA can contaminate food and beverages through polycarbonate or epoxy materials.
Also, BPA can leak into food as a result of damages occurred in plastics.

What can parents do to protect their babies from the harmful impacts of BPA?
Baby feeding bottles and products made of PolyEtherSulfone, called briefly as ''PES'' and PolyProPylene called briefly as PP do not contain Bisphenol-A. Parents should consider about %0 BPA feeding bottles and all nursery items during purchasing.

Why BPA-free feeding bottles should be considered during purchasing? 
As heat increase BPA emission, baby bottles subjected to extreme heat for sterilization purposes or washed in dishwashers threat babies health.
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