ECO FRIENDLY STAINLESS STEEL BABY FOOD JAR
Have you ever wondered just how healthy the plastic food containers you eat out of are? Well if you really knew how bad for your health they are, would you eat from them? Plastic food containers contain many nasty chemicals that leach into your food and can over time make you and your children very sick! Some of the nasty chemicals are BPA and Phthalates. These are very dangerous to your health and high does have been shown to change hormone levels and cause serious illness. These chemicals are especially dangerous to young children and their growing bodies and cause a range of health problems and childhood cancers.
Then you have the effect on the environment - 65% of the plastic food containers that are used end up in our landfill and can take up to 100 years to break down. It is also a hazard for our natural waterways and can take the lives of beautiful marine life that can choke on the plastic lids.
A solution to this problem is to use a stainless steel food jar, these are better for your health and the environment. The life expectancy of a stainless steel food jar is about 100 years, which means you can keep using it over and over again. There are also no nasty chemicals that can leach into your food with a stainless steel food jar. Stainless steel food jars are double walled and vacuum sealed which means you can keep food hot or cold!
Stainless steel is a much better option for eating out of compared to the chemicals that are in plastic containers.
Stainless steel food jars are perfect for keeping babies and children's food hot or cold or can even be used for adults food, such as soup and curries!
Some of the benefits of using a stainless steel food jar are:
BPA and Phthalate free.
Insulated to enable you to keep food hot or cold.
100 year life expectancy.
Dishwasher friendly (even though we recommend handwashing over dishwasher).
Safe for your health compared to plastic containers.
High quality Food Grade 304 Stainless Steel is used to make them.
Funky modern design and colours.
Choose to look after your health and the environment by saying no to plastic containers!