We are proud to report that EasyLunchbox products have passed the strictest FDA testing and are COMPLETELY safe for use with food The testing was performed by SGS, the world's largest control and inspection company, represented in more than 130 countries by 210 affiliated companies. SGS provides inspection, testing, certification & verification services to ensure that products, services & systems meet quality, safety & performance.
Food Container FDA Safety Tested: PASSED
Please click here for our full FDA-approved test report for our food containers. Easylunchboxes food containers are made of non toxic, food safe, polypropylene (PP or plastic #5). They are BPA, BPS, PVC, and phthalate free. Safe for refrigerator, freezer, microwave, & dishwasher.
Lunch Bag FDA Safety Tested: PASSED
Please click here for our full FDA-approved test report for our vinyl-free lunch bags tested for CPSIA section 101(a)(2). Easylunchboxes lunch bags are safe and lead-free. The test was for the following: Lead in accessible substrate materials, specifically for “children's metal jewelry,” including fabric, zipper, liner, strap, insulation, grommet and rivet.
Mini Dippers FDA Safety Tested: PASSED
Please click here for our full FDA-approved test report for our mini dippers. Easylunchboxes Mini-Dippers containers are made of non-toxic, food safe, polypropylene (PP or plastic #5) and low density polyethylene (LDPE or plastic #4). They are BPA, BPS, PVC, and phthalate free. Safe for refrigerator, freezer, & dishwasher. Due to the thinness of the lid, they are not recommended for use in microwave.
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More Information About Plastics
Product (food) safety is our number 1 concern. BPA (Bisphenol A, a hormone-disrupting chemical) is used in some "microwave safe" plastics. When heated, this has been shown to leach out. However, EasyLunchboxes food containers are made from Polypropylene and do not contain BPA (or BPS - see article below). BPA is a concern when dealing with polycarbonate products. Phalates are a concern when dealing with soft PVC products. EasyLunchboxes Containers and Mini-Dippers are NOT made of soft PVC, nor polycarbonate, so are inherently free from BPA, BPS, and phthalates. Our containers (and lunch bags) have passed strict FDA quality testing — a non-required, higher standard that we choose to adhere to, in order to assure our customers of our commitment to safety.
Some links you may find helpful:
http://thesoftlanding.com/is-bps-the-new-mystery-chemical-in-bpa-free-plastic-food-containers-and-cans/ (see #1)
http://www.goodhousekeeping.com/product-testing/reviews-tests/kitchen-cooking/plastic-safety-heat-food (page 6 of this article is particularly reassuring.)