LATimes.com - Featuring Lifefactory - March 2014

March 1, 2014

There's a reason wine and spirits are stored in glass: purity of taste. Plastic (and, to a lesser degree, metal) can impart various "flavors" into the liquids it comes into contact with. But that's just one reason that glass is an increasingly popular alternative to plastic and aluminum or stainless steel sport-style bottles.

Another is peace of mind. About five years ago, scientists and the Food and Drug Administration started issuing warnings about bisphenol A, commonly called BPA, a chemical used in plastics and in the linings of some metal vessels...

Enter glass.

"Glass is made from naturally abundant materials — primarily sand — and it won't degrade over time," says Scott Radcliffe, a spokesman for glass-bottle manufacturer Lifefactory, which is based in Sausalito, Calif. Plus, "glass can last for decades," he says.

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Refinery29.com - Featuring Glass Bottle with Classic Cap - March 2014

March 1, 2014

You probably don’t think the words "chic" and "water bottle" go together all that logically, do you? Well, allow us to change your mind. The ultimate accessory to tote around this spring isn’t that Fendi furry nor is it a teensy micro-purse — it’s none other than a bottle full of H2O...

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MomTrends.com - Featuring Straw Cap Glass Bottle Collection - February 12, 2014

February 12, 2014

Raise your hand if you made a resolution to drink more water this year. Just like last year. This year, make the resolution stick by using our handy tricks for staying hydrated whether you’re at home, at work or on the go...

Make it portable. You’re dropping off kids at school. At the gym. Running errands. In meetings. Racing between appointments. You need a water bottle that can keep up with you. Love ice-cold water? Choose an insulated bottles like these from Camelbak and Thinksport. Need bottle you can open and drink from one-handed? Try these easy-access bottles form Nalgene. If you can’t stand the taste or feel of plastic or metal, glass bottles are a nice alternative like these from Lifefactory and Takeya...

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MoneyLiving.com - Featuring Straw Cap Glass Bottle - February 4, 2014

February 4, 2014

You’ve heard it before, but we’ll say it again. When it comes to gift-giving, thoughtfulness trumps expense—every time. These 10 gift picks, all rounding out at $25 or less, offer up inspiration for selecting a gift perfectly suited to your lady’s likes and loves, all without spending a pretty penny...

Water bottles by Lifefactory are all BPA-free, dishwasher-safe and come with a raised grip sleeve, available in a variety of bright colors. The sturdy, easy-grip construction offers convenience for anytime hydration—minus the metallic aftertaste that accompanies so many other options on the market...

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