I have recommended products from Caveman Cups for at least a couple of years (since I first found them online and then shortly after confirmed they were an excellent [lead-free!] choice when I tested them at the homes of a few of my readers!)
Here’s my Amazon affiliate link for these plates: https://amzn.to/2MztW7T
Their products are all high-quality, solid-construction, food-grade stainless steel. I think they are a wonderful option both for regular every day home use – as well as camping trips and other outdoor applications (where you might want something super-sturdy/indestructible for your kiddos to use!)
Earlier this year Caveman Cups sent me one of each of their products to test and share about on my blog. They also made a sponsorship contribution in support of my work to help cover the cost of this testing and reporting. To read more about my relationship with Caveman Cups, please click this link to read my main post about their products and the testing I have done.
When tested with an XRF instrument, these Caveman Cups brand Cub Plates had the following readings:
Reading Was Taken on Food Surface Side of Plate
(minimum of 60 second readings were done in Consumer Goods mode)
- Chromium (Cr): 152,200 +/- 1,000 ppm
- Nickel (Ni): 88,400 +/- 1,700 ppm
- Iron (Fe): 741,000 +/ 2,400 ppm
- Vanadium (V): 761 +/- 191 ppm
- Cobalt (Co): 3,415 +/- 1,433 ppm
- Manganese (Mn): 12,200 +/- 1,200 ppm
If you have questions about Stainless Steel, you may want to also check out this post.
As alway, thank you for reading and for sharing my posts.
Please let me know if you have any questions!
Are caveman cup plate/cup/bowl oven safe and steamer safe? Thanks