Washington Post Article – BPA Alternative May Present Health Risks

The Washington Post printed an article today (1-13-15) entitled, "BPA alternative disrupts normal brain-cell growth, is tied to hyperactivity, study says". Just wanted to share some thoughts on the article and how it may be interpreted. The article is referring to a study that was evaluating the risks of Bisphenol-S (BPS - an organic compound that is being substituted by some companies for Bisphenol-A (or BPA). What was interesting was that a co-worker read the article and mistakenly thought that somehow DrinkMore's BPA-free bottles might contain BPS. Let's address that first and be very clear - NONE of our bottles contain either BPA or BPS!!! Our

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