wondering if there is a shatterfree glass to freeze my home made soup in.
[ Admin note: In order to decide whether or not you wish to follow this link, the header and first paragraph are posted below. In particular, this was published towards three years ago. The article also fails to make it very clear that this does not apply to polypropylene and polyethylene products which I don't think have ever contained bisphenol.
BPA-Free Plastic Containers May Be Just as Hazardous
Animal studies find that a replacement compound for the estrogen-mimicking chemical bisphenol A may also be harmful to human health
By Jenna Bilbrey on August 11, 2014 7
In 2012 the U.S. Food and Drug Administration banned the sale of baby bottles that contain bisphenol A (BPA), a compound frequently found in plastics. The ban came after manufacturers’ responded to consumer concerns of BPA's safety after several studies found the chemical mimics estrogen and could harm brain and reproductive development in fetuses, infants and children.* Since then store shelves have been lined with BPA-free bottles for babies and adults alike. Yet, recent research reveals that a common BPA replacement, bisphenol S (BPS), may be just as harmful. ]