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Mother & Baby List Casey & Cole as one of their top 10 favourite Eco-Friendly Brands

Below is an extract of what Mother & Baby had to say. BY STEPHANIE ANTHONY |  We all try and do our part to help the planet, after all we want our children to have the best environment to grow up in. The good news is there are loads of eco-friendly baby brands popping up, as well as huge supermarkets such as Asda and Aldi changing their products, understanding parents are looking for less plastic, less wastage and more sustainable options. From sustainable baby clothes, to plastic-free alternatives for weaning, to embracing second-hand over new, here are 10 of our favourite eco-friendly brands for babies and toddlers. Casey & Cole   www.caseyandcole.co.uk SHOP NOW   Creators Emma and Carly are mums themselves, with 5 children between them, ranging in age from 10...

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What is food grade silicone?

What is food grade silicone? All our products are made from Food grade silicone that meets EU requirements for food contact and safety. Silicone is made from alternating silica and oxygen molecules. The silicone that makes up our weaning sets. Benefits of food grade silicone Highly resistant to damage and degradation from extreme temperatures If cared for properly, it won’t harden, crack, peel, crumble, dry out, rot or become brittle over time Lightweight, saves space, easy to transport Non-toxic and odourless – contains no BPA, latex, lead, or phthalates Can you put the Food Grade Silicone in the microwave and dishwasher? Of course, It is safe to put in the microwave and dishwasher.   Is Food Grade Silicone recyclable? Yes....

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What does BPA Free mean?

What is BPA? BPA stands for bisphenol A. BPA is an industrial chemical that has been used to make certain plastics and resins for well over 50 years now. BPA is found in polycarbonate plastics and epoxy resins. Polycarbonate plastics are commonly used for storing food and drink, like water bottles. What are the effects of BPA? There is a lot of research linking Bisphenol A to a range of serious health concerns, although it is still important to note that no single study conclusively proves that BPA is harmful to humans. Some of these include increasing the risk of certain cancers, reduced fertility, diabetes and birth defects. How do you avoid BPA? There is a growing call to stop...

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