#LeadedSippyCups: My original letter to the GreenSprouts Cup manufacturer.

cup1a Newly manufactured sippy cup: 3003 ppm lead.
Click the image of the letter below to see a full size PDF of my original letter reporting these results to the manufacturer.

If you appreciate my advocacy work (including the testing I do for parents around the world) please consider contributing to my “GoFundMe” during this very challenging and busy time.  Even $5 makes a difference and adds your name.  Here’s the link.

For my recommended #SaferChoices for your family, click here.

2/27 Updates:

  • To read the letter from the Green Sprouts parent company’s attorney (sent to me for publishing these findings, click here.)
  • To see what my good friend and fellow blogger (Carissa at Creative Green Living) has to say about all of this, click here. (She was also sent a cease and desist letter from attorneys for reporting on this on her blog!)

To see a recent news story about this click here!
Read more about last month’s testing on Natural Baby Mama’s site here!


4 Responses to #LeadedSippyCups: My original letter to the GreenSprouts Cup manufacturer.

  1. Laura W February 13, 2017 at 2:55 pm #

    Ugh! Thank you for this info.

    Just FYI for others, I purchased two of these cups from Amazon. I contacted Amazon customer support via email, explained the situation and provided a link to this page and Amazon refunded my purchases.

  2. Rebecca Cox April 19, 2017 at 12:49 pm #

    Has Green Sprouts ever responded?

  3. Sally May 7, 2017 at 1:20 pm #

    There is no printing on the inner glass part! I’m just trying to understandbecaus so already have 2 of those ;-(

    • Tamara May 8, 2017 at 9:33 am #

      Perhaps your printing wore off already? That was one of the issues, that the lead paint was wearing off with washing (in your dishwasher or wherever.)

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