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Announcing... Kitchenware!!

05.10.11 Announcing... Kitchenware!!

Today we are proud to announce that we are officially launching our kitchenware collection and we have YOU to thank!  

Over the course of the last several months we have heard the same feedback from our customers and our community.  We love the collection of safe and non-toxic dishware products for our kids but what about us? We want to be BPA, Lead and PVC free too!  So we dug in.

As many of you know, materials such as Teflon, BPA, lead, aluminum, phthalates, and melamine are commonly found in everyday kitchenware products yet have been tied to disturbing health issues. The good news is there are many safer alternatives as well as things you can avoid. In our non-toxic kitchenware collection you'll find glass bakeware, ceramic cookware, stainless steel cooking essentials, glass dishware, bamboo cutting boards, canning jars and much, much more.

We know how hard you work to choose and prepare nutritious food for your families and how frustrating it can be to learn that many of the common products used to cook, bake, eat and store food may actually put our families’ health at risk.  We also experienced first-hand how difficult it is to find safe alternatives.  We are proud to offer this new collection.  

Rest assured knowing we follow the same rigorous screening process for these new additions that we do for all items on MightyNest. It is our goal to be your fastest route to peace-of-mind by offering the best and broadest selection of safe, non-toxic products all in one place.  

As part of our efforts to CELEBRATE this new collection we will announcing a $250 Healthy Kitchen Giveaway on the blog and facebook today and posting a series of informative blog posts on creating a healthy, non-toxic kitchen!

Keep an eye out for more posts from us over the next few days and thank you again for all your great feedback!

Kristen, Chris and the MightyNest team!

P.S. If you are interested you can find our Press Release here.

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