Our bottles suppliers are from USA. The bottles produced FDA Approved. We use PET and BPA-free packaging (which are recyclables) products and encourage customers to recycle their used packaging.
Q. What is the difference between the FDA and the USDA?
A. While the FDA and USDA work together, the USDA focuses more on the agriculture, meat, poultry, and innovations to improve these industries. The FDA will conduct the vast majority of testing, and oversee the regulations on food and products used by consumers.
Q. What does the FDA do?
A. The FDA states that the primary responsibility of the administration is to protect the public health with assuring foods, OTC and prescribed drugs, vaccines, tobacco products, dietary supplements, cosmetics and other products used by consumers are safe, correctly labeled and sanitary.
Q. What does "FDA Approved" mean?
A. "FDA Approved" for these products means the plastics, coatings, adhesives, colorants, and antimicrobials used during manufacturing have passed testing completed by the FDA. The materials have been deemed safe to package food, cosmetics, medicines, tobacco and other products that can be consumed or come in direct contact with consumers.
Q. What does "BPA Free" mean?
A. BPA stands for Bisphenol A which is a chemical used in the production of some plastics and resins, and also some food can liners. The FDA completed various tests on the direct effects of BPA and have many articles available showing the results. As of now a product does not need to be BPA free to be FDA approved, but many manufacturers of plastic containers have moved towards BPA free production.
*These information are extracted from our supplier.