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Bisphenol-A (BPA) is used in hard, clear plastics such as baby bottles to prevent breakage. In 2006, when we learned that BPA also disrupts reproductive functions and causes other developmental problems, we discontinued all BPA from our feeding items. Poly Vinyl Chloride (PVC) is a hard plastic that requires harsh chemical softeners, such as phthalates, to make it appropriate for use in soft plastic baby items such as bibs. In 2003 we discovered that certain phthalates were shown to disrupt reproductive functions and cause other developmental problems, so we launched a line of PVC-free feeding items including bibs, dishes, utensils and storage containers. Our waterproof bibs are perfect for those messy drips and drools. We use materials that are naturally absorbent without superabsorbent gels or harsh chemicals to keep your baby clean and happy. Waterproof layers prevent leakage while remaining durable and easy to clean