The exact products shown below [OR similar products from the same brand or made with the same materials] have been repeatedly tested by Lead Safe Mama, LLC (using XRF technology) and have been consistently found to be Lead-free.
Utensils Note: The products below have been expressly chosen because they do not have any decorations (logos or otherwise) that might be made of Leaded paint. They are also not made of ceramic that may have lead in the substrate or glaze. They also do not have rubber or silicone or plastic components that may contain trace toxicants (including Lead and Cadmium.) If you order one of these products and it comes with a painted design or logo that we have not tested and is not clearly visible in the featured photo for the item (check the Lead Safe Mama blog for brands we have tested), please let us know so we can remove the selection from this page. As you would with any purchase, please read the full product description (and product reviews) when you click through BEFORE making your purchase decision. We have chosen a range of price-points in the selections below so one can expect a relative range of overall quality and durability.
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Handmade in America wood utensils:
Teak, olive & other wood choices:
Stainless utensil options:
Christine Scherb says
Are Bormioli Rocco blue swirl glasses lead free?
Hi Christine – I have not tested any colored glassware from that brand.
I am looking for cookie sheets. I thought I saw some in the past but I am not finding them now.
K! I will let you know when I have the bake-ware page updated. Here’s the link:
Sabrina allarie says
Are the all clad items mostly 18/10 stainless steel?
I think they have different components (of the same piece) made of different grades of metal. For example most knives (in general, as a general example of a multi-component item) have one type of stainless for the food contact surface (the blade) and another type of stainless for the handle.
Are all unmarked stainless steel utensils typically lead free? It’s my understand that any paints usually contain lead. We bought a cheap stainless utensil set from tjmaxx and it’s made in China. Please give us your insight!
It’s hard for me to evaluate it without seeing it, but as long as it does not have components made of materials other than stainless it should be Lead-free.
Hi Tamara !
New website is so convenient ! I’m here every day looking forward to reading your new posts! That’s just awesome we can find healthy options of products we need!
I bought a grater Nonpro you mentioned above BUT it has a painted logo Nonpro on the product. The paint is silver(grey?) and it makes me nervous. Have you checked the logo as well?
Hi Tamara – I thought I saw a BBQ tool set on your website a few weeks ago but I can no longer find it. Any recommendations for a BBQ tool set?