What is “FOOD SAFE” Aluminum?
But isn't 1100 aluminum NONTOXIC and HYPOALLERGENIC?
What about LEAD?
Take your Multi-Vitamin
What about ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE?
Why don't we use 1100 Aluminum?
So, what does all this mean? To sum it up:
Aluminum is Nontoxic
Aluminum does not contain lead, with a few exceptions. Which we don't use.
Aluminum won't cause Alzheimer's disease
You still have to take your Multi-vitamin
Other fun facts:
An average adult in the United States eats between 7-9 mg of aluminum daily in their food.
Each antacid tablet you eat to get rid of those after-food blues contain between 104-208 mg of aluminum.
America’s favorite beverage container, the aluminum can, is made from multiple aluminum alloys. The shell of the can is composed of 3004 and the lid is made from 5182. Sometimes it takes more than one alloy to make one, everyday item.
The iPhone 6 extrusion was made from 6xxx series alloy.
Apple®’s aluminum Watch, released in 2015, was made from a custom 7xxx series alloy.