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Popco blue silicone microwave popcorn popper: 17 ppm Cadmium (safe by all standards).
Pink Silicone Dish by Bumkins (Made in China, 100% Food Grade Silicone): 11 ppm Cadmium (safe by all U.S. and international standards.)
Philips Avent Natural Glass Baby Bottle: Lead-free, however 21 ppm Cadmium in the silicone nipple. Cadmium is a known carcinogen, but this is considered safe by all current standards.
Modern (2021) glass and silicone lid for 2-cup Pyrex food storage: 7 ppm Lead + 20 ppm Cadmium + 11 ppm Antimony.
Silicone Push Pop Bubble Fidget – Rainbow Frosted Cup Cake Design: 18 ppm Cadmium (a known carcinogen). Safe by all standards.
Chewy Tube red silicone chew toy. Sold at Doernbecher Children’s Hospital & made in Maine: non-detect for Cadmium.
Senso Minds “Non-Toxic” green silicone chew necklace – Lego shape: 12 +/- 3 ppm Cadmium, a known carcinogen.
Senso Minds “Non-Toxic” blue silicone chew necklace – Lego shape: 12 +/- 3 ppm Cadmium, a known carcinogen.
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