Is it safe to store breast milk in plastic bags?
You’ll need either glass or BPA-free plastic bottles or milk storage bags before you begin pumping. (Breastmilk should not be stored in bottle liners or regular plastic bags.) Fun fact: breastmilk storage containers qualify as tax-deductible breastfeeding equipment. Most mothers store milk in 2-5 ounce portions.
Are breast milk storage bags BPA free?
They are unlike storage bags you’ve used for food (so you can’t substitute a plastic sandwich bag, for example). Breast milk storage bags are much thicker and are BPA-free and FDA-approved for the use of storing and protecting breast milk during transportation, thawing and freezing.
Do I need to sterilize breast milk storage bags?
Breast milk storage bags are a safe and handy device. They are easy to use, don’t require additional sterilization and take minimum space. Such products can be used by women who pump manually or with a breast pump.
What are breast milk bags made of?
Most breast milk bags are made of plastic, are pre-sterilized, and are intended for a single use. After breastmilk is frozen and thawed in this kind of bag, the bag should be discarded. However, new reusable breast milk storage bags made of silicone are now an option, too!
What containers are safe to store breast milk?
For long-term breast milk freezer storage, use a glass or BPA-free plastic container that seals tightly and is freezer-grade. That can include glass jars with screw caps or hard plastic containers with snap tops.
What are Kiinde bags made of?
They’re BPA-, PVC-, and phthalate-free to keep your baby safe from the very first days of life. Kiinde Twist Pouches and caps are recyclable after use, meaning you will have no dirty dishes to clean. Twist Pouches easily snap into the Squeeze Natural Feeding bottle, for feeding directly from the pouch.
Are Medela breast milk storage bags recyclable?
Yes! Our Breastmilk Storage Bags are recyclable. They are designed for one time use to maintain our high quality assurance standards, to prevent bacterial growth and ensure that all the nutrients in breastmilk go to your baby!