2013 “100th Anniversary” Pyrex glass measuring cup with dark blue painted markings.
When tested with an XRF instrument this cup had the following readings:
- Lead (Pb): ND/Non-Detect (Negative)
- Cadmium (Cd): 54 +/- 8 ppm
Cadmium is a known possible carcinogen and, regardless of regulatory standards and “allowable limits”, does not belong in our cookware. To read more about the concern for Cadmium (Cd) in food preparation equipment, Click Here.
To see more items that I have tested that were positive for Cadmium, Click Here.
To see more Pyrex-brand glass measuring cups I have tested, Click Here.
Please browse the photo library (click on the #XRFTesting tag at the top of this post) of this site to see items I have personally tested that have tested both positive and negative for Lead (and Cadmium).
Click Here for some guidance on determining whether or not your glass Pyrex measuring cup might have Lead (Pb) or Cadmium (Cd) in the writing on the outside of the glass.
To learn more about XRF Testing & the potential implications of Lead (Pb) in cookware click HERE and HERE.
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