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Published on February 21st, 2012 | by Vivian Nelson Melle

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Klean Kanteen: Replacing Plastics for Every Member of the Family

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BPA is bisphenol A, a chemical used to make popular plastics used for drinking and food storage. The safety of BPA has been questioned by the National Toxicology Program of the Department of Health and Human Services as well as the Food and Drug Administration. Recently, infant bottles have moved to BPA-free or back to glass. If you are looking for BPA-free replacements for plastic drink containers than look no further.

Klean Kanteen offers replacements for plastic drink containers used by all members of your family.

Klean Kanteen

Klean Kanteen

Classic Klean Kanteens

Klean Kanteen products are made from stainless steel with soft angles making washing simple and less likely to harbor bacteria. Klean Kanteen maintains a high code of production ethics and respect for worker’s rights as evaluated through the International Organizations for standardization (ISO) The containers are machine-washable although the colored versions should be washed by hand. These are great choices for replacing plastic water bottles and are durable for the most active lifestyles. The bottles also come in charity choices like their prayer flag kanteen which gives $4 from each sale to the Breast Cancer Fund. This eco-conscious group looks at prevention of breast cancer by connecting the environmental factors to the disease. They also offer their “I love Boobies” bottle which sends $4 from each sale to the Keep a Breast foundation, another breast cancer prevention charity.

klean kanteen pint

Klean Kanteen pint

Klean Kanteen Pint Cup

The pint cup has the potential to make a big splash in the party scene. This nifty cup is the perfect replacement for any plastic party cup. Klean Kanteen has created a neat storage option in the form of a stretchy band that fits over the mouth of the cup and has a clip attached.  The pint-size cup easily fits in a purse or can be clipped to a belt loop.  It can also be used in the office as a paper cup replacement at the water cooler. It’s stainless steel design does an excellent job of keeping cold drinks nice and chilly. It’s sturdy design also makes it a reasonable choice for any outdoor recreational activities.

Klean Kanteen Baby Bottle

Klean Kanteen Baby Bottle

When BPA’s safety came into questions many parents were left wondering and worrying about the safety of their child’s bottles. Now, parents can breathe relief with every sip their baby takes out of the Klean Kanteen baby bottle. Like their other products, the baby bottles are made of durable stainless steel that not only holds up to the rough and tumble wear from babies, but keeps breast milk, formula, water and juice cold for much longer than the plastic alternatives.

Klean Kanteen sippy cup

Klean Kanteen sippy cup

Klean Kanteen Sippy Cups

Like the bottles, the sippy cup series can withstand the drops, throws and rolls sippy cups can endure. The sippy lid fits on classic bottles making them a great economic choice as containers that will grow with your child. The sippy cups also come with the dome cover to help keep them clean and neat when placed in a purse or diaper bag. Klean Kanteen offers bottles in both the classic and in a wide range of colors. They suggest plain for children who tend to chew since the paint can be chipped off by little teeth. These are perfect for preschool lunches when you want a zero-waste solution that juice boxes and milk cartons just can’t provide.

{photos courtesy of Klean Kanteen}

{Source: Klean Kanteen}

Have you tried Klean Kanteen? What are your thoughts on BPA?



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About the Author

Vivian Nelson Melle is a former educator and community counselor who decided to follow her dream of writing. She balances work to home school her daughter and enjoy crafting, photography, gardening, natural healing, cooking and anything that helps heal the earth and its inhabitants. She also writes for Green Living Ideas, Ecolocalizer, Mamita’s Creations and Phoenix Neighborhood Blogger. She is a writer for hire with a soft spot in her heart for non-profits and indie businesses.



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