How is Sigg going to fix their BPA mishap?



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    It was recently revealed that SIGG water bottles, which many believed to be BPA-free, actually contained BPA in the bottle liners until 2008. Naturally, a lot of health-conscious consumers who purchased these products based on SIGG’s marketing them as not leeching BPA are very upset. In an effort to smooth the bad press over, the CEO of SIGG has put in place a voluntary exchange program whereby SIGG users can swap their old bottles for new ones with the new eco-friendly liner. (SIGG maintains they never technically claimed the bottle liners were BPA free, which may be true, but many feel their advertising was intentionally misleading.) Some consumers have reported issues with the new liner chipping, however, so it appears not to be without its own problems.

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