Does Tupperware have Bisphenol A?

Answer Bisphenol-A (BPA), a chemical commonly found in polycarbonate plastics, is present in many Tupperware products. However, according to the official Tupperware website, BPA is not used when manufactu... Read More »

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How could bisphenol-a come out of a polycarbonate bottle?

Bisphenol A, or BPA, is a chemical used to manufacture polycarbonate, a clear and rigid plastic. Polycarbonate is used in various consumer products, such as baby bottles, reusable water bottles and... Read More »

Are Soothie bottles BPA (bisphenol a) free?

Yes, the Soothie brand of baby bottles is free of bisphenol A (BPA). The bottles come in both 5 oz. and 9 oz. sizes and are also available in a starter kit, which contains a number of bottles in bo... Read More »

Do any bottles with disposable liners contain the chemical Bisphenol A?

Some disposable bottle liners may contain Bisphenol A or other chemicals. If you choose to use liners, you should select a brand that specifically says "BPA-free." For example, the Playtex Drop-Ins... Read More »


I myself have never heard anything bad, about the Tupperware Company - I would love to find a consultant in my area. I would say go for it. People still use Tupperware. And it is still one of the ... Read More »