Stainless steel kitchenware safety issues

- Mar 23, 2018-

  Stainless steel kitchen utensils are commonly used kitchen utensils in home kitchens. Stainless steel kitchen utensils have the advantages of durability, sturdiness, and non-breakable, and are necessary kitchenware for many families. However, there are also reports that stainless steel kitchen utensils contain nickel, which is a carcinogen. For the safety of stainless steel kitchen utensils, there are many kinds of arguments. Then let's take a look at what consumers, manufacturers, and experts say!

 

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    Consumers say

    Many consumers, especially young mothers, attach great importance to food safety and like to use stainless steel cutlery for their babies because stainless steel cutlery is not prone to bacterial growth. However, many mothers worry that stainless steel containers are hot and prone to overheating. Heavy metal content is not acceptable. Stainless steel cutlery will endanger the baby's health and affect the baby's brain and heart development.

    Manufacturers say

    Millabao Houseware Co., Ltd. insists that the compliance of kitchen products manufacturers with food safety standards depends on whether or not the manufacturer chooses to use the standard materials. Even with the same kitchen supplies, the use of different, there are differences in the selection criteria. The manufacturing process of stainless steel cutlery is not cumbersome. After the sheet is stretched and pressed, it can be welded, polished and polished. All these aspects will not affect food safety.

    Experts say

    Regardless of how many times the manufacturer has magnified the advantages of stainless steel cutlery, its own security risks are undeniable. Experts point out that although stainless steel is resistant to corrosion compared with other metals, if the public use improper methods, trace metals in stainless steel will also slowly accumulate in the human body, reaching a certain amount will endanger human health. Experts said that the nickel in stainless steel is a carcinogen. If too much intake of it is harmful to the body. However, experts also stated that in fact, if tableware is not corroded and deteriorated, the use of normal life will have minimal impact on the human body.

    In fact, as long as the stainless steel kitchen utensils are used properly, attention is paid to maintenance and cleaning work. No harmful substances will be produced, so we do not need to worry about it.