iPlay Inc., Green Sprouts, Silicone Toddler Spoon, Stage 4/5, 12+ Months (Discontinued Item)
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- PVC and Phthalate Free!
- BPA Free!
- Soft on Gums
- Easy to Grasp
- Non-Toxic & Nitrosamine Free
- Soft & Non-Porous
- Hypoallergenic & Hygienic
- Eco-Friendly & Baby-Friendly
- Conforms to ASTM F963
At Green Sprouts we know you want the best for your baby. That's why we make baby-friendly products for your little ones. All of our products conform to US health and safety standards.
Green Sprouts is part of the i play, Inc family. Our company was founded in 1982 based on values that prioritize protecting our earth and our children.
Since babies develop by exploring through their senses and putting everything in their mouths, we make sure that all our products are safe and conform to US health and safety standards. As a company that has been at the forefront of children's health and safety issues, we're continually researching ways to make safer baby products.
In 2003 we discovered the dangers of phthalates, which are used to soften rigid plastics such as PVC for use in many baby items. In 2006 we learned of concerns about BPA (bisphenol-A), which is used in hard, clear plastics like polycarbonate baby bottles to prevent breakage. Phthalates and BPA have been shown to disrupt reproductive functions and cause other developmental problems.
All Green Sprouts products have been phthalate free since 2003 and BPA free since 2006.
Wash before use. After use, wash in hot water with mild soap and rinse thoroughly with clear water. Dishwasher safe, top rack only.
Inspect before each use and replace immediately if any signs of cracks or excessive wear appear. When teething, baby's teeth may puncture silicone. Babies and children should always be seated securely while feeding and be under adult supervision at all times. Stir food thoroughly to avoid hot spots. When spoon is not in use, keep out of the reach of children. Some juices and foods may cause harmless stains on silicone.
Keep packaging out of reach of children.