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Using Plastics in the microwave

Numerous emails have been circulating about dioxins leaching into your food from plastic containers when used in a microwave oven. We are not a resin manufacturer; however, in doing some searches on the internet from credible sources, we found information that could be useful for our customers who plan on using some of our containers in the microwave.

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Title: Using Plastics in the microwave
Description: Here are a few websites with answers about what kinds of plastics can be used in a microwave as a result of the on-going debate regarding how dioxins might leach out into your food.
Published: 8/22/2006
Last Edited: 1/23/2023
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