Green to Grow Baby Bottles

Green to Grow Baby Bottles

Carrie McBride
Aug 8, 2008

Yes, we admit we were first drawn to the cute Shinzi Katoh-esque happy fruit faces on these bottles, but then we happily learned they were both bisphenol-A and phthalate-free...

Green to Grow was founded by husband and wife team, Michael and Shelley Ritterbrown: Our decision to launch Green to Grow with a line of bisphenol A-free plastic baby bottles grew from our alarm as we read reports that highlighted the potential dangers presented by polycarbonate plastic, which contains the hormone disruptor bisphenol A which can cause neurological, developmental, and reproductive toxins, and from our frustration over the lack of options.

Green to Grow bottles are available in two sizes, 5 & 10 oz., and two neck sizes, regular and wide, and range in price between $7.50 and $10.50. They're made from P.E.S. plastic which gives them a slightly golden hue and are spot-tested for safety in the U.S.

Read more or purchase a Green to Grow bottle here.

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  • Shinzi Katoh
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