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To make products of bamboo fiber it is necessary to use some kind of binding material (melamine). There are some bamboo brands claiming that they use only natural ingredients, but this is unfortunately not true since this is impossible.
Melamine is the sort of plastic that is used for most plastic dinnerware for kids.
All our products have been tested In accordance with Regulation (EC) No 1935/2004, German Food, Articles of Daily Use and Feed Code of September 1, 2005 (LFGB), Section 30 and 31, and BfR recommendation, Commission Regulation (EU) No 10/2011 and its amendments. This acknowledges that our dishware is suitable for all types of food and liquid below boiling temperature.
Melamine plastic always contains Formaldehyde. This is a component needed to produce melamine plastic. What is important is to determine how much Formaldehyde the product contains and how much of the substance leaks into the food.
Formaldehyde also occurs naturally in most living things and is an important part of our ecology. We get formaldehyde daily via the diet, an apple contains, for example, 6.3-22.3 mg / kg.
Our products have been tested and approved according to the European standard LFGB and the US FDA standard.
Our bamboo products have been exposed to liquid for two hours in 70 degree heat and the result was well below the limit of what is allowed.
Our result is 4 mg / kg food. This can be compared with the standard developed for Europe which states that a maximum of 15 mg / kg food is allowed.
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