Monday — January 9, 2023
Below is the video response from the owner of Cupkin (in response to the article and letter I published last night — link here).
Here’s a screenshot of the letter they sent out with this video:
Here’s the text of their letter as written, this also includes a hyperlink to their website:
This morning, we received an email from Tamara Rubin of Lead Safe Mama. We wanted to publicly acknowledge that we take all feedback seriously and are working hard to validate every claim.
Our manufacturing partner confirmed multiple times that absolutely no lead was used in any part of our production process. We took it a step further and had our cups tested by 2 separate 3rd party US CPSC-accredited labs. CPSC stands for Consumer Product Safety Commission.
Our cups have multiple CPCs (Children’s Product Certificates) issued by both accredited labs. This means that these labs tested our products thoroughly for lead, sharp edges, phthalates and other toxins but came back negative for everything.
We are currently researching the concerns raised and are working to identify any necessary actions. In the meantime, we want to reassure our community that the safety and quality of our products are our top priority. We are committed to providing our customers with the best possible experience and apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused.
We’re firm believers in radical transparency and, as such, will update this matter as soon as more information becomes available.