Is using any type of plastic in the extraction or bottling of fulvic acid dangerous?

Liquid fulvic in low quality plastic could leach phthalates, but Citricleanse is, of course, a powder in food grade
number 1 PETE plastic. Even water, in low quality opague plastic, can leach plasticizers. That is why we use
PET/PETE, in all non glass products.

PET/PETE is approved as safe for contact with foods and beverages by the FDA and health-safety agencies throughout the world. The safety of PET for food, beverage, pharmaceutical and medical applications has been repeatedly demonstrated through extensive studies, regulatory approvals, testing, and its widespread acceptance for more than 30 years. PET does not contain bisphenol-A (BPA) or phthalates (plasticizers).

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