The SIGG Bottle / BPA Controversy

The SIGG Bottle / BPA Controversy

Heather Blaha
Aug 26, 2009

As many parents may know, SIGG recently went public saying that all of their bottles are completely BPA (Bisphenol A) free. With a new "EcoCare" powder-based, co-polyester coating publicized, the uproar comes from the BIG SIGG question: what did the aluminum bottles contain before?

Well, the answer is that all SIGG bottles produced prior to August '08, actually do contain BPA. The latest update and development is that SIGG will replace your old bottles for free. Will you take SIGG up on the offer or go an entirely different route?

More on environmental, health and safety information regarding BPA here.

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