I am particularly interested in the childrens cups from at least 20 years ago, cereal bowls that are probably close to 20 years old and just Tupperware in general from over 20 years ago.
"Oh, why do my actions have consequences?" ~ Homer Simpson
"She knew my one weakness: That I'm weak!" ~ Homer Simpson
As of March 2010, items sold by Tupperware US & CA are BPA free.
Based on that, I would suspect there was BPA before that date.
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Thanks, nowiknow23. You are amazing!
Is anyone else concerned about their Tupperware and BPA's? I have been using it all my life, should I stop now, or does it even matter at this point? How about my one kiddo still at home? I won't let my grandchildren use the stuff, but is it pointless now to stop my DS17 using it now?
And are you saying you have 20-year-old stuff or are you just referring to things used in the past?
Oh, yeah, Faithfool, I have Tupperware from when I was first married, over 30 years ago.