The Soft Landing has a great guide for kid-friendly dishware that is BPA free. And more suggestions may be found here.

SafeMama also did a review of Bambu dishware. It looks like a cool set, though since it’s wood/bamboo, you can’t run it through the dishwasher.

Of course, you can also let your kids use your regular dishes, but that can be dangerous to those with toddlers who like to drop, er throw, things. We’ve stopped our daughter from throwing her plate, but she still uses her own for fear of an accident. I think I will get a few of the Ikea plates for her.

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2 thoughts on “BPA free dishes for kids

  1. As a grandmother I have been very concerned with all the news on toxins. Thanks to your web site I have gathered a lot of information and can purchase items for my new granddaughter with less worry for her safety. Thank you so much.

    S. Webb

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