This OXO brand ice cream scoop tested positive for lead at 1,481 parts per million (in the metal part of the scoop – the part that touches your food.) I tested this in September of 2014, so while I don’t know the exact year of manufacture it was before this date. This grayish metal is […]
Vintage ice cream scoop – 1,170 ppm lead (in the scoop.) Here’s my post with lead-free ice cream scoop choices! For #SaferChoices for your family, click here. To make a contribution in support of my independent consumer goods testing and lead poisoning prevention advocacy work, click here. Thank you!
Today I am posting images of the various ice cream scoops I have tested with an XRF instrument that have tested positive for lead. If you have questions about XRF testing, please click here. In the many years that I have been testing consumer goods I have consistently found at least trace lead in most […]
Baskin Robbins Brand Ice Cream Scoop: 1,040 ppm lead. Tested with an XRF instrument. #XRFTesting If you have an interest in learning more about these posts (likely because you are new to my site!) please check out this post for a start! Thanks for visiting! For #SaferChoices in ice cream scoops for your family, click here.
Vintage Ice Cream Scoop. Metal: 28 ppm lead – considered safe by all standards. Red Plastic Handle: 3,091 ppm cadmium / 26 ppm Arsenic. — Most ice cream scoops I have tested (especially the vintage ones) have tested positive for at least some lead with an XRF. For #SaferChoices in ice cream scoops for your […]