Montreal, Quebec (PRWEB) October 20, 2008
As Canada becomes the first country to formally declare bisphenol A hazardous to human health, TickleTickle increases their selection of BPA-free products, not only for babies, but also toddlers and children, to help parents choose what's best for their kids.
In an announcement on October 17th, subsequent to their risk assessment of BPA this past April 2008, Health Canada officially informed the baby product industry that it will no longer be able to use the chemical in baby bottles. Long before this announcement, TickleTickle has been offering a full range of glass bottles, BPA-free drinking accessories and non-leaching plastic feeding accessories for both babies and toddlers. They recently expanded their line of available Klean Kanteens products to include the latest "Kolor Kanteens", as well as adding a full line of BPA-free plastic plates and bowls by Munchkin so that Canadian parents have even more safe choices for both their babies and children in a one-stop-online shop.
"With the full extent of the danger of bisphenol A still being researched, we wanted to offer products for the needs of both babies and small children alike," said Chaviva Lifson, co-founder of TickleTickle. "Parents can come to us and find BPA-free products for all the children in their family, without needing to waste time searching all over the Internet. This is the basic premise behind TickleTickle - making online shopping convenient, smart, safe and not to mention fun, for busy parents."
Originally launched in 2007, TickleTickle focuses on finding unique and practical products for moms, dads and babies, bringing these products to their customers through their fun and easy to use online store. Co-founded by two very busy mothers, TickleTickle understands the importance of time savings for parents and aims to facilitate the buying process by providing a trusted, one-stop-shop resource for great, one-of-a-kind baby products. For more information, please visit their web site at http://www.tickletickle.com or blog at blog.tickletickle.com.
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