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Non-Toxic Food Storage & Serveware Essentials

Looking for the best non-toxic products for serving and storing foods? In this section of our Guide to Non-Toxic Kitchenware, you will find links to product reviews and other articles that can help you stock your kitchen with safer options for storing and serving foods.

Non-Toxic Food Storage

Sure, we prefer organic foods and like to avoid food additives when we can, but pesticides, fertilizers and unnatural additives are not the only toxins that can be present in our food. If made from materials that contain harmful substances such as BPA, aluminum or phthalates, the containers, jars and bottles we use to serve and store our foods may also have a negative impact on our health. Thankfully, there are plenty of non-toxic alternatives to all those potentially harmful items that may be sitting in your kitchen cabinets. If you are keen on replacing those products with safer options, you will find plenty of links to articles covering interesting non-toxic products below.

Bottles & Sleeves for Bottles/Jars

Silicone Wrapped Bottle

If you are fed up with cheap plastic bottles tainting your drinks with weird smells and potentially toxic chemicals, it is time to get a non-plastic water bottle made of glass or another non-toxic material. To make sure your glass bottle won't break when you throw it in your bag, it is best to get one with a protective sleeve, or buy one of those ingenious protective sleeves separately. To learn more about the various options out there, check out the following articles:

Lunch Boxes

Lifefactory Food Container

Glass bottles aside, you can also turn a glass container into a portable lunch box by adding a protective encasing made of silicone. To learn more about silicone-protected glass containers and other BPA-free lunch boxes, check out the following articles:

Food Storage

Healthy Food Storage

For those who are trying to get plastic out of their lives, storing foods in regular Ziploc bags, plastic containers and plastic wrap is not an option. Luckily for those folks, there are plenty of alternatives available. Here are some of them:

Other Items

Here is a list of items that do not fit any of the categories above but that may still be a good addition to a non-toxic kitchen:

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