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11/1/2009

NY Times: Thermos® Intak® 24 ounce Hydration Bottle
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10/23/2009

Early Childhood Parenting Examiner: New Foogo® Phases™cups for tots (as seen in the new movie 'Motherhood')
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10/14/2009

People .com's Celebrity Baby Blog featurinig Foogo® Phases™ drinkware
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10/1/2009

People Magazine Style Watch: charity:water Thermos® Hydration stainless steel bottle
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8/27/2009

Thermos Material Update
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8/15/2009

MSN Lifestyle: Back 2 School Lunch Boxes You'll Love featuring Thermos® Camo Purse Lunch Kit
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8/1/2009

Eeveryday with Rachel Ray: A moveable feast should move featuring the Thermos® Stainless Steel Briefcase Bottle
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4/1/2009

Conceive Magazine: Plastics Keeping Count featuring Intak® by Thermos® Hydration Bottle
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1/7/2009

Los Angeles Times: Food section showcases Thermos® Food Jar in black bean and chorizo soup recipe
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11/10/2008

THERMOS LAUNCHES CAMPAIGN TO EDUCATE ON BENEFITS OF HYDRATION
Hydration For All gives consumers the opportunity to help bring clean water to developing nations.
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4/16/2008

THERMOS® BPA-FREE BEVERAGE BOTTLES PROVIDE FAMILIES OPTIONS FOR DRINKING WATER ON THE GO
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BPA Free Why it matters

Bisphenol A

Bisphenol A (BPA) is a controversial chemical that can be found in the lining of food cans, certain water bottles and more. Some researchers have linked the hormone-mimicking chemical to a host of issues including behavioral and developmental effects in kids. Thermos plays it safe, and has made a commitment to only manufacture products that are BPA-free.