So, how do you know for sure if they are safe? Ceramic Or Porcelain Tile Flooring – Things to Consider When Choosing Ceramic Or Porcelain Tile, https://tamararubin.com/category/fiestaware/, https://tamararubin.com/2017/02/leadcheck-dishware/, https://tamararubin.com/2018/11/corelle-vitrelle-plain-white-bowl-purchased-new-in-2017-lead-free/, Premium Heavy Stainless Steel Small Bowls for Baby Toddler Kids Snacks, Set of 4 Stainless Steel Kids Bowls Toddler, Foogo Vacuum Insulated Stainless Steel 10-Ounce Straw Bottle, https://www.eastman.com/Markets/Tritan_Safe/Pages/FAQs.aspx, Vintage French Clear Glass Arcoroc Juice Tumbler, The Pinwheelers Nestable Quad | Stackable Stainless Steel Food Storage Containers, https://www.jotform.com/uploads/arcdigital/73234637057357/4439637361381849051/Arcoroc.jpg, https://www.jotform.com/uploads/arcdigital/73234637057357/4439637361381849051/Luminarc%, I know some glass can be sensitive to temperature changes. Lead safe tableware contains some lead, but the amount of lead that can get into food does not exceed the California Proposition 65 standards. Unlike most glass dinnerware that you would fear using these ones are made using lead-free glass. This is different than the Luminarc dinnerware. This lead or cadmium can leach when microwaving or serving acidic food in the dish. Manufacturers may not add any lead to the dinnerware. Thoughts? I believe you had an amazon link above for correlle dishes. I got the whole set of these: dinner plates , desert plates , lunch plates , cereal bowls, soup bowls, platters …, I love Corelle dishes.

If there’s one thing we strive for, it is to make brilliant lead and cadmium-safe dinnerware, serveware and dishware in a variety of detailed designs and vibrant glazes. What I did find was that they meet the safety requirements put in place by the FDA which actually allows small traces of these chemicals that they deem safe. Unfortunately, that’s not always the case.

Hope this helps! Tamara Rubin tested Corelle dinnerware for lead and cadmium and listed the results including all white Corelle. One out ten dishes contained more than 10,000 ppm of lead and several of them had 100,000 ppm. Apprarently they are lead free. Hope this helps! I think there are labs that you send in the products for testing but that is not easy to do especially for many people especially before you buy the products. (Click here for the article.). I’ve been looking for American-made dinnerware for months, and didn’t really like the style of Fiestaware or Coors. Their products appear nice and reasonably priced. HF Coors makes lead-free, commercial-quality dinnerware sets for your home and restaurant. Therefore, I can’t be sure it is lead and cadmium free. Normally, lead is not put into the glass as an ingredient to make a glass product. Plus, some are customizable, which is perfect for a gift! Each design is intricately painted with a Japanese Sumi-e Brush so that we can get every detail just right. Find out from the manufacturer if the dishes meet Proposition 65 standards.