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Nuk Glass Lead Painted Baby Bottle Lead Safe Mama 1

ANOTHER baby bottle with Lead paint – 2018 Nuk Glass Bottle: 19,900 ppm Lead [90 is unsafe.] Why are regulatory agencies ignoring this?

Please read this entire post, it’s important information to share with anyone you know who has a baby who might use baby bottles. When tested with an XRF instrument (for a minimum of 60 seconds per test), the Nuk brand glass baby bottle pictured here (purchased new in 2018) had the following readings: Lead (Pb): […]

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Lead SAfe Mama Hevea Info Graphic

#LeadedBabyBottle: Hevea Leaded Baby Bottle InfoGraphic To Share

Much of the independent consumer goods testing I do is with the help of my followers and friends on Facebook. In fact the followers who help me with this work usually end up becoming my friends! We are partners in this advocacy actually, with the same goal: protecting kiddos from sources of possible environmental toxicity […]

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CPSC response

Email To CPSC Today (My Response), Lead In Baby Bottles – July 30, 2018

Below is the July 30, 2018 response I sent to the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) regarding the issue of lead in Baby Bottles. I will be posting all e-mails in this exchange here on my blog so my readers can follow the progress of the situation. As always, Thank you for reading & please […]

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July 1, 2018 Letter to Pura Kiki from Erika

Erika’s Letter To Pura

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 _______________________

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Pura note to Erika regarding lead in baby bottles Tamara Rubin Lead Safe Mama

July 5, 2018 Note From Pura Stating They Are Still Selling Old Baby Bottle Inventory With Lead.

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 […]

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Pura Kiki Baby Bottles Have Lead

Today I confirmed that Pura knows they are selling old baby bottle stock with lead.

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 […]

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Pura Bottle Cap Came Off Again

Dear Made Safe, Please Revoke Your Certification Of The Pura Kiki Insulated Baby Bottle Until They Publicly Address The Issue.

Exactly one year ago (on July 1, 2017) I received yet another communication from a mother who had the bottom fall off of her Pura Kiki stainless steel insulated baby bottle (under normal use conditions/ being used by her baby). She posted an image of her bottle and tagged me on Facebook. At the time […]

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Pura Email

January 2018 E-Mail From Pura, Re: Their Insulated Stainless Baby Bottles

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 […]

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Made Safe Certified Pura Kiki Baby Bottle

#Leaded: Made Safe Certified Pura Kiki Baby Bottle Purchased New In January of 2018 (Video)

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 […]

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