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BPA Free Drinkware: Hype or Hoax?


EcoMarketingSolutions.com offers a complete line of BPA-free water bottles and sports bottles

A study released last week by the Journal of the American Medical Association suggested a new concern about BPA, or bisphenol-A, especially in drinkware. Because of the possible public health implications, the results “deserve scientific follow-up,” the study authors said. Using a health survey of nearly 1,500 adults, they found that those exposed to higher amounts of BPA were more likely to report having heart disease and diabetes.

FDA officials said they are not dismissing such findings, and conceded that further research is needed. “We recognize the need to resolve the concerning questions that have been raised,” said Laura Tarantino, head of the FDA’s office of food additive safety.

Since the dangers of BPA have been reported for several years, Eco Marketing Solutions LLC, teamed up with several key American vendors to provide BPA-free plastics, as well as stainless steel bottles and mug, for use in advertising specialties and promotional gifts afor trade shows, corporate outings and events, travel gifts, etc.

Eco Marketing Solutions has just introduced a 20 oz. biodegradable polypropylene plastic sports bottle with carabiner clip that is BPA-free. It was designed to fits all standard treadmill cup holders and comes with a pop-open lid with sport drinking spout. Robert Piller says, “This sports bottle is made in the United States so we can ensure it meets with all safety standards and is truly BPA-free. It can be re-used over and over again and it will keep a companies name and logo in front of their target audience for years.”

“Sports bottles continue to be a very popular imprinted gift at trade shows and for customer give-aways”, notes Robert Piller, President of Eco Marketing Solutions, a provider of environmentally-friendly imprinted promotional items. “What you give away should reflect your corporate values and knowingly giving away drinkware containing BPA is a poor reflection on a company”.

You can view this BPA-free sports bottle, as well as thousands of others, by visiting their new interactive website (www.ecomarketingsolutions.com) to search over 500,000 imprinted advertising specialties and sort by price range and theme for any upcoming event.

Robert Piller is President of Eco Marketing Solutions, a company that helps businesses to promote their brand and name to their customers and prospects using environmentally-friendly promotional products that won’t end up in a landfill. He is a frequent speaker and writer on issues of green marketing and helps companies that want to go green to promote themselves in their marketing campaigns. He can be reached at robert@ecomarketingsolutions.com. You can read his blog at www.greenspotblog.com or visit his website at www.ecomarketingsolutions.com.
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