#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.

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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!)

12/1/2017 update

The CPSC declined to call this an official violation of their regulations (contrary to my allegation in the letter below) asserting that the amount of lead paint on this child’s item was an acceptable level of lead paint.


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


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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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