The Complete BPA Free Feeding Set by Thinkbaby
The Complete BPA Free Feeding Set by Thinkbaby
The Complete BPA Free Feeding Set by Thinkbaby

The Complete BPA Free Feeding Set by Thinkbaby

Regular price $39.99 $39.99 Sale

The Thinkbaby Complete BPA Free feeding set is a stainless steel baby feeding set that contains: 1) Bento box, 2) soup bowl, 3) baby bowl, and 4) kids cup.  Made from highly sustainable materials.

Bento box with air tight lid. The container does not leak even with water placed inside it. Great for baby bags or lunch boxes.

Baby Bowl – Low profile baby feeding bowl with lid. Designed for early feeding.  The lid will be easy to locate among other clear lids commonly found in household drawers as we have colored coordinated them.

Soup Bowl – High profile baby soup bowl. Perfect for soup or cereal. Also comes with color coordinated lid.

Kids cup – Perfect first cup and comes with handle that can clip onto bag straps.

About Thinkbaby:

With a team of physicians and scientists focused on the latest chemical and biological science, Thinkbaby and Thinksport continue to lead in the usage of safe materials for consumer products. Their efforts are further energized by working with both our leading child advocacy partners and like-minded individuals who seek alternative products.

Why We Love The Complete BPA Free Feeding Set by Thinkbaby:

The Complete BPA Free set contains: Bento box, soup bowl, baby bowl, kids cup. Made from highly sustainable materials.

Kids cup Perfect first cup and comes with handle that can clip onto bag straps.

The bento box, baby bowls, and Kids cup are made from food grade stainless steel and then wrapped in polypropylene.

The interior and exterior separate for easy cleaning.

Why it's Eco:

Free of Bisphenol-A (BPA), phthalates, nitrosamines, lead, PVC, PET, Melamine and biologically harmful chemicals.

Made from highly sustainable materials.

How to use:

When washing the set in the dishwasher, we recommend using a detergent that is free of chlorine. If hand-washing, the American Pediatrics Association suggests using warm soapy water, but only if you live in an area with treated water systems.