PBA Can someone tell me whether this item is PBA free? It is plastic right? Thank you.
asked by sf reviews on April 17, 2011
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You mean BPA. I called OXO and they said it is a newer type of plastic called Tritan, made by Eastman. While supposedly BPA free and safe, there is some question about that if you do a web search on Tritan (I wonder if any plastic is safe these days).
Marlene Mayman answered on November 6, 2012
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Yes it is. The bottom of the cup states BPA fee.
Ann Marie answered on December 4, 2013
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