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This is a list of BPA Free (also PVC and Phthalate Free) bottles, BPA Free sippy cups and food/milk storage items that I’ve made into a quick reference for those looking for a short list to have on hand when shopping for items for yourself or someone elses kids. If a product you are using is NOT on this list, you should investigate that product with the manufacturer to determine whether or not it contains BPA. Please note: If a product is not on this list it means either it contains BPA or we aren’t aware of it’s BPA status. I am more than happy to add BPA Free products to this list as I find them (or you find them), shoot me an email and I’ll add it in. Thanks!

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Updated: March 05, 2012

BPA Free Bottle Products

  • Adiri Natural Nursers
  • Avent: “Via” Feeding System, Tempo Liners, Avent PES Bottles ***see note
  • BornFree: All bottles and cups BPA free *see note
  • Babisil Silbottles
  • Coddletime Glass Bottles
  • Dr Brown’s: Glass Bottles, Dr. Browns Polypropylene Bottles (all vent system pieces BPA Free – made with polypropylene – and fit all models)
  • EvenFlo: Classic™ Glass Bottles, Classic™ Light Tint Polypropylene bottles, Classic™ Clear Polypropylene Bottles, Purely Comfi™ Bottles
  • First Year’s BreastFlow and Soothie Starter Sets (marked BPA Free)
  • Green to Grow Bottles **see note
  • Gerber: Gerber Clear View, Fashion Tints (“Plastic Pastels”), Gerber GentleFlow
  • Innobaby Nursin’ Silicone Bottles, Natural Nurser, Training Bottles, Spoon Feeders
  • Lansinoh® Bottles (all)
  • Safety Plus PES Bottles
  • Sassy: MAM bottles (UltiVent), Baby Food Nurser Kit
  • Siliskin Glass Bottles
  • ThinkBaby Bottles
  • Tommee Tippee – BPA free baby bottles and other baby products from UK manufacturer – now available in the US
  • Momo Glass Bottles
  • Medela: All bottles
  • Milk Bank Bottles and Vacuum Storage Systems
  • Munchkin: Dora the Explorer Classic Bottles, Mighty Grip Glass Bottles
  • Nuby: Standard Neck Non-Drip Bottle, Wide-Neck Non-Drip Bottle, Wide-Neck Bottle with Handles and Non-Drip Nipple, Standard Neck Bottle with Handles and Non-Drip Nipple, 3-Stage Wide Neck Easy Grip Feeding System with Non-Drip Nipple, Natural Touch SoftFlex InfaFeeder (silicone) (keep up to date on Nuby products here)
  • NUK: Nuk Orthodontic Bottles
  • Nuture Pure Glass bottles
  • OrganicKidz Stainless Steel Bottles
  • Parent’s Choice Bottles (available at Walmart) – box is marked BPA Free
  • Playtex: Original Nurser, Playtex Drop in liners, Ventaire Advanced Bottles (marked BPA Free)
  • Wee·go Glass Bottles
  • ZoLi Wideneck Bottles

BPA Free Sippy Cups / Water Bottles

  • Avent: Magic Cups, Magic Cup Sportster, Super Sport Cups
  • BornFree Sippy/drinking cups, Stainless Steel water bottles
  • Camelbak Kids Water Bottles
  • Crocodile Creek Stainless Steel Water Bottles
  • Dr. Brown’s BPA Free Training Cup
  • Playtex: Coolster Tumbler, Insulator, Sipster, Create My Own, Quick Straw, Insulator Sport, Sip and Discover, First Sipster
  • Gerber: Sip & Smile Spill-proof Cup, Easy Grip Insulated Soft Straw Cup, Insulated Cool Cup, Gerber® Fun Grips® Cup, Gerber® Fun Grips® Color Change Cup, Grins & Giggles Spill-proof Cup, Gerber® Sip & Smile™ Cup
  • Evenflo: Fun Sip Insulated Spill-proof Cup, Fun Sip Insulated Straw Cup, Evenflo Zoo Friend Sippy Cups
  • Klean Kanteen: All bottles
  • Kinderville Silicone Cups
  • Thermos Foogo Sippy Cups, FUNtainer Straw Bottles, BPA Free Tritan Sippy
  • Tilty Sippy Cups
  • Kid Basix The Safe Sippy
  • Boon Sippy
  • GrowPure Multi-Stage Feeder and Sippy Cup
  • Green Sprouts Trainer Bottles, Sippy Cups (regular and non-spill)
  • iPlay Aqua Bottle
  • ThinkBaby Training Cup, ThinkSport Stainless Bottle (cute!)
  • Munchkin: Cupsicle, Cupsicle Straw Cup, Big Kid Sippy Cup, Mighty Grip Flip Straw Cup, Mighty Grip Trainer Cup, licensed character Sports Bottles, Re-usable Straw Cups, Re-usable Spill-proof Cups
  • Nuby: No-Spill Sports Sipper, Insulated Soft Silicone Spout Cup, Soft Spout Easy Grip Cup, Gripper Cup with Soft Silicone Spout, 2-Handle Cup, Tinted Mega Sipper, 7oz Tumblers, Magic Cups Insulated Hologram Cup (straw and spout), Insulated Sipper Cups (with and without handles)
  • NUK: Nuk Learner Cup (Silicone & Latex), EZ Cup, Active Cup, Graduates Fun Grips Soft Starter Cup, Graduates Fun Grips Cup, Graduates Sip & Smile Soft Spout Cup, Graduates Sip & Smile Cup, Graduates Sip & Smile Insulated Cup, Graduates Cool Twisties Straw Cup
  • Re-Play: No Spill Cups
  • The First Years: Take & Toss, Spill-proof Cup, Insulated Cup, Licensed character sippy cups, Insulated Spill-proof Cup, 2 Handled Cups. Mealmates 10oz Soft Spout Cups
  • Nalgene Tritan 12oz Grip-n-Gulp Bottle
  • ZoLi Straw Sippy Cups

BPA Free Milk/Liquid/Powder Storage

  • Avent Via 8-oz. Nurser Kit
  • Avent Snack Cup / Formula Dispenser
  • Avent PES Breastmilk Storage sets
  • Mother’s Milkmate Storage bottles
  • Medela Milk Storage bottles and breastpump accessories
  • Playtex One-Step Breast Milk Storage Kit
  • Lansinoh® Breastmilk Storage Bags
  • Lansinoh® Breastmilk Storage Bottles
  • Gerber Breastmilk Storage Bags
  • Dr. Brown’s Breastmilk Storage Bags
  • The First Years Easy Pour Breastmilk Storage bags
  • Bailey Milk Storage Bags (Nurture lll pump tubing BPA Free as well)
  • Bailey Storage Bottles (as well as all parts of their “double collection kit”)
  • Sensible Lines Milk Trays
  • Snappies Containers (they also have food storage as well!)
  • Milk Bank Vacuum Storage Systems
  • MilkMate Storage Systems
  • NUK Store n Go Breaskmilk Storage Bottles, Seal n Go Storage Bags
  • ZoLi on-the-go Travel Formula & Snack Dispenser

BPA Free Baby Food / Food Storage

  • So Easy Fresh Baby Food Kit
  • Baby Cubes baby food storage system
  • Boon Snack Ball
  • Thermos Foodtainer
  • Innobaby Packin’ Smart Stack n’ Seal, Keepin’ Fresh (others may contain BPA)
  • BornFree Thermal Food Jar
  • Munchkin: Snack Catcher, Baby Food Grinder, Fresh Food Feeder, Powdered Formula Dispensers
  • The Snack Trap
  • BeaBa BabyCook
  • ZoLi on-the-go Travel Formula & Snack Dispenser

See our new Safer Dishware Cheat Sheet for more options as well as our BPA Free Baby Food & Storage Cheat Sheet!

BPA Free Breast Pumps

  • Ameda Breast Pumps and Accessories
  • Avent Isis, Avent Isis iQ (Uno, Duo)
  • Medela Breast Pumps
  • NUK Gentle Flow Manual Breast Pump

*If you are currently using Dr. Browns polycarbonate bottles and would like to switch, the Dr. brown’s venting system (the internal pieces) are BPA Free and are made of polypropylene plastic. Also, they FIT and work with BornFree bottles which could be a little bit of a money saver. We were also told by another SafeMama reader that the Avent nipples also fit with Born Free bottles as well as Gerber Gentle Flows.

** SafeMama reader Melissa wrote in to let me know that Dr Browns bottle nipples fit with Green to Grow bottles. As we know once a baby is comfy with something it’s sometimes a pain to change so it’s good to know we don’t have to change everything if we don’t have to. Alicia of The Soft Landing did a more exhaustive report on what nipples fit what bottles. Read about it on her blog here.

*** Please refer to Phillips Avent’s material Chart for information. Get it here. (PDF)


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What is Bisphenol A?
Bisphenol A is a hormone-mimicking chemical used in polycarbonate plastics (PC or identified as #7 recycling code) and resins commonly used for items such as shatterproof baby bottles. Bisphenol has estrogenic properties which, in animal tests has shown to cause a bevy of health problems such as an increase in prostate and breast cancer, uro-genital abnormalities in male babies, a decline in semen quality in men, early onset of puberty in girls, metabolic disorders including insulin-resistant (Type 2) diabetes and obesity and neurobehavioral problems such as Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. Research is showing that when plastic containers, mostly those used to hold liquids and foods, are leeching Bisphenol into the foods and liquids they are holding. Heating food and liquids with these plastics is shown to increase the leeching of this contaminate.

Many companies use this chemical in their packaging including cans, soda cans, and plastic food containers. There is a risk of absorbing this chemical through the use of containing foods and liquids but can also leech into our water systems through landfills.

Many leading experts and the FDA argue that the use of Bisphenol-a is safe to the human public but independent research HAS proven otherwise.

Excerpt from Wikipedia:

“Bisphenol A has been known to leach from the plastic lining of canned foods and, to a lesser degree, polycarbonate plastics that are cleaned with harsh detergents or used to contain acidic or high-temperature liquids.[16] Infants fed with liquid infant formula have among the highest exposures of anyone eating canned foods. Infants fed canned formula with polycarbonate bottles can consume quantities of Bisphenol A up to 13 µg/kg/day.”

Links and Resources:

Posted by: SafeMama Kathy on November 22, 2007


65 Responses to “BPA Free Bottle and Sippy Cup Cheat Sheet”

  1. Statia on November 23rd, 2007 3:14 am

    “Infants fed with liquid infant formula have among the highest exposures of anyone eating canned foods.”

    Which makes me sick, because that’s the only thing the kid could tolerate. I hope to god that’s just some sort of Wikipedia inaccuracy.

  2. KAE on November 29th, 2007 4:57 pm

    Maybe someone can clarify this for me. Above, it lists only the BPA Free Bottles but failed to include Avent Tempo (PC) with preformed liners (PET). (PC) being a #7 plastic which is Polycarbonate and has BPA is in the liner holder NOT the liner. The liner is a #4 plastic which is a low density polyethylene plastic that does not leach any chemical into the milk or formula. Therefore, wouldn’t the Avent Tempo Bottle feeding system be considered safe?

  3. Kathy on November 29th, 2007 5:14 pm

    It is not by any means a fully 100% comprehensive list. It’s just a quick guide for convenience. Take it for what it’s worth. If there is an item that doesn’t appear on it, it does not mean it isn’t safe. It just means you may need to investigate further, which it sounds like you have.

    Yes, I would agree that the Avent Tempo #4 liners would be in the “safe” category so I will happily add it to the list. Again, it’s just a quick reference and not a completely comprehensive list.

  4. Nicole on December 6th, 2007 4:40 pm

    I keep seeing lists of BPA-free sippy cups, and then Phthalate-free sippy cups, but not the two together – if I cup is BPA-free, does that mean it is phthalate-free too??
    Thanks for any clarification.

  5. Kathy on December 6th, 2007 5:18 pm

    From what I”ve read in various places the concern in bottles and sippy cups focuses mainly on BPA in the plastic used to create them. Phthalates is used in PVC plastic which they don’t use to make most bottles and sippies. It’s most likely okay to assume that a cup or bottle that is BPA free is also Phthalates free as well.

    If you have any doubts or concerns about a particular product you should contact the company and ask. They usually are pretty forthcoming with that information if they are in fact BPA and Phthalates free.

  6. Ashley on January 14th, 2008 2:43 pm

    I am interested in learning how you know if something is BPA/phthalate free? I have checked packaging on many different cups and they don’t seem to mention it (which you would think they would since many people are concerned by that now!) Thanks!

  7. Alicia on January 16th, 2008 12:09 am

    I agree with your sentiments on labeling. I first started trying to figure out which baby feeding products were non-toxic way back in March 2007. I still haven’t come close to wading through the sea of options. It takes excessive amounts of time to get a list of materials each product is made from, which makes it a seriously daunting task for concerned parents. Currently the manufacturers are not required to label their products, so we are left in the dark.

    I’ve found that most companies offer products that are both toxic and non-toxic (excluding companies that were recently created for the purpose of providing non-toxic items). It is my feeling that they prefer not to label their products so as not to readily point out products that are made with chemicals that may harm our children.

    I wonder if anyone is currently lobbying to require manufacturers to label their products? I would love to hear from anyone who has info about any action groups out there.

    I also want to thank Kathy for the wonderful work she’s done in creating such an excellent resource for us!!

  8. Cali on January 19th, 2008 10:43 pm

    I was under the impression that all Avent products did have BPA in them. On their website they comment on this and say that they believe the levels to be small enough not to be harmful. If you have differing information from this, could you please email me to let me know? I’d also be interested to hear where you got your information about Nubby sippy cups. Z Recommends lists these as unsafe.
    Thanks for any help you can offer~

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  11. Mai on February 10th, 2008 1:10 am

    I have these nuby sippys & im not sure if its bpa free or not. I looked at the list and it has some parts of the name. Its giving my a huge headache because i cant find if its bpa free. The name is Nuby NO SPILL CUP. all around it says: SOFT SPOUT. Easy grip design. no leak no mess. It comes in a 2 pack has 10 oz. i bought it at target. HELP me out please. im gettin a huge headache tryin to figure it out. Thanks

  12. karen garcia on February 10th, 2008 10:39 am

    Are the playtex drop ins bpa-free? I found some sites that say its bpa free.


  13. michelle on February 13th, 2008 7:43 pm

    I actually have a question can somebody tell me are the Playtex Avance Bubble free system bottles safe?

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  15. Bree on February 28th, 2008 12:45 pm

    Check out the website Their bottles should be on the list too. :)

  16. Kathy on February 28th, 2008 2:09 pm

    @Bree: They already are!

  17. Jennifer on February 29th, 2008 9:35 pm


  18. courtney kosolofski on March 7th, 2008 4:39 pm

    I was wondering if there is a list of things that ARE NOT safe as I have been using playtex liners and playtex nipples and avent bottles and nipples and am not sure if they have been noted as safe or not

  19. tracy on March 14th, 2008 6:27 pm

    I have been making home made baby food for my son and was looking for BPA free/PVC free cglass containers to store it in when we go out for the day. (Usually the ones that I find – the lids of the glass containers are some sort of unknown plastics) Any recommendations?

  20. tracy on March 14th, 2008 6:29 pm

    I was previously using Avent bottles also and they do contain BPA. I called the company – so i discontinued use of these.

    I also called playtex and the drop in systems with the ‘colorful’ rings are safe. (I am not sure why they specified the ‘colorful ring’ drop in system)

    Hope this helps

  21. Linda K on March 19th, 2008 1:52 am

    Does anyone know if the Soothie baby bottle is free of BPA?

  22. Jen on March 23rd, 2008 12:58 am

    Someone mention that the avent tempo liners are safe. What about the nipple and lid?

  23. Allison on March 25th, 2008 4:12 pm

    Are the Avent breast pump parts free of BPA and other toxic chemicals?

  24. Tiffany on March 30th, 2008 6:58 pm

    It says the Avent magic cups are safe…what about the magic super sport cup? Im also having a hard time finding anything about the luv n care products or the munchkin products…any information on these?

  25. Tammy on April 2nd, 2008 12:55 pm

    Other than expressed human milk, the different formulas or milks that we give our babies come in cans, cartons or bags (I understand that milk bags are unique to Canada and cannot figure out if this is a Canadian site, so if you are not familiar with milk bags, the link following is a picture: If the packaging in which our babies milk/formula is produced/shipped/stored is not BPA free, what difference are we really making serving it up to our children in BPA free bottles that hold the contents for 15 minutes, tops! I am not arguing that BPA free bottles are not worthwhile, but as I see it the much bigger problem comes from the milk/formula producers’ packaging. Has anyone done or seen any research on this? I suspect the packaging is not BPA free, but would love some real evidence. If anyone one has come across anything or has any thoughts, I would love to hear about it.

  26. Kathy on April 2nd, 2008 1:26 pm

    @Tammy: The BPA in formula containers is a huge concern, you’re right. If you dig around on the sidebar, you’ll see a link to the report the Environmental Working Group did about BPA in formula:

    That should help answer some of your questions.

  27. Melissa on April 4th, 2008 3:12 pm

    Does anyone know if the NUK bottles are BPA free?

  28. Kathy on April 6th, 2008 2:38 am

    The Gerber Nuk Bottles contain BPA.

  29. Marlena on April 11th, 2008 1:27 am

    Should we be concerned with the nipples that are used on the bottles or is silicone considered safe? Thanks for any input.

  30. Kathy on April 11th, 2008 12:12 pm


    We’ve covered that on this site in the past, in fact there is a whole post about silicone bottle nipples. Doing a search (top left hand side of the site) should return your answer.

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  32. Marlena on April 11th, 2008 5:29 pm

    I was at Target last night and found Evenflo Classic Tinted bottles marked “without BPA” on the packaging. They came in a pack of three. I was wondering is these are safe as I don’t see them listed on the cheat sheet?
    Thanks for your help!

  33. Kathy on April 11th, 2008 5:41 pm

    @Marlena: Thank you! I’ve been meaning to add those and you just reminded me to. MAM has also started printing BPA Free on their boxes too which I noticed at a local grocery store recently.

  34. Crystal on April 15th, 2008 9:40 am

    I contacted consumer services at Learning Curve (AKA RC2 brands, The First Years) regarding my Soothie bottles and Breastflow bottles. They replied “Our baby bottles are Polycarbonate which contains BPA.” I am very disappointed, as my son loves the breastflow bottles when I can’t be there to nurse him. As I understand it from various web sites (please correct if I’m wrong), the soothie pacifiers and nipples are okay, but per The First Years, the plastic bottle is a problem.

  35. Crystal on April 15th, 2008 9:46 am

    I am confused about the BPA in formula containers. Can someone please clarify if it is in all types of formula containers, or, if not, which ones have BPA (powdered formula cans, powder in individual serving plastic sleeves, liquid in cans, liquid in large plastic bottles, liquid in single serve plastic bottles, etc.)Thanks!

  36. Kathy on April 16th, 2008 5:03 pm

    @Crystal: Please see EWG’s report on baby formula here:

  37. rhonda on April 16th, 2008 9:03 pm

    Has there been any research on the Mondo- Koolaid plastic drinks or Capri-Sun Juice pouches? My kiddos are past the bottle stage (bf thankfully) but these drinks are a staple at almost every kid-function out there…Any help would be appreicated

  38. Megan on April 16th, 2008 9:25 pm

    Hi, anyone know about milk storage bags such as Lansinoh? thanks, M.

  39. rhonda on April 16th, 2008 9:56 pm

    Megan- According to thier website, the Lansinoh bags are BPA free…I have seen on other websites that Medela is BPA free too… but i can’t verify that. HTH

  40. fptootle on April 16th, 2008 10:43 pm

    i went looking for more specific source material and found this,

  41. Sandy on April 17th, 2008 1:59 am

    Could some please help me out????I have been scanning all the questions and replys on here but none of them seam to answer if the Avent stuff is safe or not????? Could some please let me know what products by Avent are if any???? And are the Playtex insulators safe too???I read the cheat sheets and are the only “safe” products the ones typed in blue???Please let me know, Thanks

  42. Kathy on April 17th, 2008 3:12 am

    @Sandy: All of the products listed above are BPA Free, as far as we know and have come to confirm with the various companies. The only Avent bottle I am aware of that is BPA free are the Avent “Via” natural nursers.

    Playtex Insulators are indeed BPA free as listed above:

    “Playtex: Coolster Tumbler, Insulator, Einstein Training Cup, Sipster, Create My Own, Quick Straw, Insulator Sport, Sip and Discover, First Sipster”

  43. Sandy on April 17th, 2008 11:29 am

    @Kathy-Thanks for the info…I am needint o kinda make some sense of all this!!LOL
    The list has also listed the Avent Magic Cups…..sooooo are these along with the Via also BPA free??Please let me know and thanks again Kathy!!!

  44. Kathy on April 17th, 2008 11:31 am

    @Sandy: Everything listed above is BPA Free.

  45. Sandy on April 17th, 2008 1:01 pm

    @Kathy!!!Thanks for the quick reply and all the help!

  46. megan on April 17th, 2008 3:03 pm

    i’m confused.. are the regular avent bottles not ok to use then?

  47. Kathy on April 17th, 2008 4:05 pm


    Avent’s bottles (by “regular” I am assuming means the hard clear plastic ones) are made with polycarbonate plastic (PC) which does contain BPA.

    It’s up to you to determine whether you want to use them and expose your children to it. I can just give you some of the info needed, through this website, to help you make that decision for yourself and your family.

  48. megan on April 17th, 2008 4:58 pm

    kathy, please feel free and let me know all that you know.. i received an email from avent about what they have to say.. where can i post that at? i am not happy with them.

  49. Sheri on April 18th, 2008 5:28 pm

    I saw Parent’s Choice bottles in Wal-Mart. The packaging says that they are BPA free, but are they really?

  50. Patti on April 18th, 2008 9:08 pm

    I am now looking at every code on every plastic container. I noticed that Heinz ketchup that we have used for years has a code 7 as well as the apple juice i buy in the big jug for my 1 1/2 year old daughter. I guess nothing is safe anymore. It is so sad how these things are happening more and more. I just have two questions:

    1. What type of cans is the BPA in? Like soda cans?

    2. Does it only come out when it is heated or is it all the time?

    Thanks for any info.


  51. Shannon on April 19th, 2008 12:44 am

    I’ve been Googling, and I read the links to the safer formulas to use, but no where could I find information on Walmart’s Parents Choice brand formula. Specifically their milk-based powder formula. Does anyone have information on this product?

  52. Lisa on April 19th, 2008 2:32 am

    How did you come by this information? Did you contact each manufacturer and ask if they have BPA in their products? Just wondering since it is not often on the packaging or the baby bottle itself.


  53. Kathy on April 19th, 2008 2:42 am

    @Lisa: They have been confirmed by each manufacturer.

  54. Kim on April 19th, 2008 3:59 am

    What about the Playtex Ventair bottles and nipples????? I do not see them on the cheat sheet…..

  55. Jane on April 19th, 2008 7:15 am

    Does anyone know if these companies are planning to do a recall or an exchange of some sort? I just bought a Avent pump and bottles…over $150 and now I can’t even use them!!! Are the pumps even safe to use now since they use a bottle as a collector?

  56. heather on April 19th, 2008 6:25 pm

    Ok so it is my understanding that the playtex original nursers and the drop in liners are BPA free so if the milk only goes in the liner why couldn’t you use the premium nursers as the bottle might be made with BPA but the liner is holding the milk.

  57. Kathy on April 19th, 2008 6:34 pm

    You could. We’re just listing items here that are BPA Free. If you want to use an outer bottle that has BPA, then you can do that.

  58. Kathy on April 19th, 2008 6:55 pm

    Comments are now closed on this entry. The discussion is no longer contributing to the subject matter and we feel it’s best to eliminate any further confusion. We appreciate your comments so please feel free to browse the site for answers or email us with your question.

    A more structured Frequently Asked Questions will appear on the site soon for your convenience.

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