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This is Erika’s letter to Pura (to which they responded, here). Erika has agreed to let me share this (and their response to her) with you! Thanks Erika, for standing up for kids everywhere whose parents have been led to believe they have purchased a safe (and lead-free) product. Tamara Rubin #LeadSafeMama _______________________
Below is an e-mail from Pura to a customer (Erika) on July 5th, in response to her inquiry about lead found in their insulated stainless steel baby bottles in 2018. Their e-mail clearly states (in sort of a round-about-way) that Pura is still selling old inventory which they know has neurotoxic lead in one of […]
Posts with more details here! This pertains to Pura Kiki brand Made Safe Certified insulated stainless steel baby bottles being sold in 2018. The manufacturer admitted (as recently as this week, in a communication to a customer) to knowing that their old-stock product inventory is still available to purchase (likely both online and at brick […]
In January of 2018 one of my followers emailed Pura regarding the concern for lead (Pb) in their stainless baby bottles. Below is the response she received – dated January 17, 2018 (which she forwarded to me.) Here are my points of concern based on what is said in this email: The letter admits they […]
Below is an 8-minute video we made this week of our testing of a new-in-the-box, purchased in 2018, “Made Safe Certified” Pura Kiki stainless steel insulated baby bottle for lead (Pb). Both the Made Safe certification and Pura Kiki’s marketing materials imply – or outright state – that this product does not contain any lead/has […]
These golden baby shoes were shipped direct from China in 2018, so they may or may not be a knock off of this brand of shoe, however they did test negative for lead, cadmium, arsenic and mercury when tested with an XRF instrument. All accessible components tested.
When the owner of these shoes came to a testing event, she had a few of her dishes and other household items tested. Then one of the other mothers there suggested her baby’s shoes be tested (as she was already on her way out the door!) These golden moccasins were positive for lead at 1,674 […]
When I tested this vintage plastic Popeye and Olive Oyl rattle I was CERTAIN it would be positive for high levels of lead, but I was wrong! No lead at all, not a trace in any component. Unfortunately it does not have a year of manufacture or maker’s mark on it, but based on other […]
This is our video that went “viral” in January of 2018, about lead in baby bottles (on Facebook!) It was originally posted on Tuesday, January 9th. As of January 15th (time of this blog post, 8:40 p.m.) this video has had 21,053 views, 189 shares, 267 comments and has reached 43,817 people! (Woah!)