All niñio products are certified 100% EA-Free, Non-toxic and 100% BPA-Free. Our Products are manufactured in highly regulated environments with minimal exposure, making them a completely safe choice for your baby.
Our specialised baby products are manufactured as per Good Manufacturing Practices and packaged without any direct human contact. Your baby only gets hygienic products of the highest quality.
What makes niñio bottles special?
TRITAN® – a wonder material.
All of our bottles are made with TRITAN® Co-polyester material. Our bottles are EA – Free (Estrogenic and Androgenic Activity Free).
Today, BPA – Free is not enough. BPA is only 1 out of 564 Estrogen Activity (EA) Chemicals blacklisted by the EU, for use in food-grade plastics.
Plastics containing EA chemicals, when exposed to very high heat (as in a sterilizer or a microwave), or when used for prolonged periods of time (scratching, denting etc.), can leach these chemicals into the food. EA chemicals when consumed by babies, mimic the hormones Estrogen and Testosterone in the body. This leads to a host of hormone-related illnesses and growth and development issues; in some cases it can even have carcinogenic effects.
Our EA – Free bottles contain ZERO harmful chemicals and are the safest for baby!
Quality focus at niñio
Quality is of prime importance at niñio. Every product undergoes extensive quality checks before it is packaged. A dedicated quality team ensures that only the best products are delivered to you. Everything niñio is of the highest quality standards and 100% safe for your baby.
100% BPA & EA Free
What is BPA ?
BPA stands for Bisphenol A, an industrial chemical used to make plastics and resins. Research indicates that BPA can seep into food and beverages from the container. BPA, if ingested, affects the brain and endocrine activity of unborn babies, infants and children. It can also increase risk of cancer later in life.
What is EA ?
EA stands for Estrogenic and Androgenic activity. Some chemical used in plastics pose grave harm for infants and children. They leach into food and liquids from the walls of the container. Once they enter the body, they mimic the function of the hormone Estrogen and act as endocrine disruptors. EA also leads to pituitary defects and higher risk of cancer in babies and toddlers