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BPA, PVC, Phthalate-Free Kitchen Appliances

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Monday, July 05, 2010

Alicia, The Soft Landing:

We finally decided to tackle blenders, mixers and mills! We’ve confirmed with each manufacture that the following kitchen appliances are free of BPA, PVC and phthalates on all food-contact surfaces:


Our friends at ZRecs have found several other BPA, PVC and phthalate-free blenders and food processors. You can find the whole list of their researched products here. Keep in mind when looking at the list that not all products listed are BPA, PVC, phthalates-free – but they are very carefully marked with each material used by the manufacturers.

Keep checking back for updates, because we’re always looking for more safer options to add!


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Posted by sturdylove  on  02/28/2011  at  08:00 AM

Welcome to kitchen aid appliances home Our kitchen aid appliances and home appliances product range includes:Breakfast Maker series, Convection Oven and Halogen Oven series,Coffee Maker and Electric Kettle series,Deep Fryer and Electric Grill Series,Hot Dog Maker and Popcorn Maker series,Electric Oven and Toaster series,Steam Cooker and Rice Cooker series,Blender and Mixer series,Chocolate Fondue Fountain series,Food processor series,Juice extractor series,Meat Grinder series

Posted by Karine  on  07/14/2010  at  12:11 PM

When I started to prepare food for my first child, I looked for a toxic-free option and here is what I found: a stainless steel blender which include a heating option (a little bit like the Baby cook) called Thermomix (http://www.vorwerk.com/thermomix/html/thermomix_tm31.html). It’s an european designed machine but it’s available in USA since many years.

I had the chance to find a used TM21 (an older model) which include a stainless steel inside basket and Varoma (used for steam cooking on top of the blender). To my advice, it’s a better choice than the newer TM31 that include several plastic parts. But that’s still a better choice than all plastic (polycarbonate) blenders and food processors out there.

Posted by Dana  on  07/06/2010  at  09:58 PM

These chem free items are difficult to find.  Kudos on doing the leg work for us.  Hope to see food processors, coffee makers, or teflon free rice makers soon!

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