If you’re health conscious and worry about things like product packaging, then you may want to know if
Nespresso pods toxic?
In fact, some people want to know the following:
Nespressopods have chemicals?
The truth is that no government health board or organization has found any of those things to be true.
Anything that may be present in the capsules has already been deemed to exist in non-toxic amounts by regulatory agencies.
Nespresso pods BPA free?
There is no BPA or other types of Bisphenols in
Nespresso pods are fully compliant with applicable regulations on materials intended to come into contact with food (EU, FDA, etc).
Nespresso water tank BPA free?
This is true of all
Nespresso pods leach aluminum?
Due to the foil that covers
The pods have a coating, which is food-grade level, designed to prevent this from happening.
Nespresso mold free?
They have very strict quality controls on moisture content throughout the
Nespresso coffee contain acrylamide?
Acrylamide is a common component that naturally forms in cooked products, such as bread, chips and cookies.
Acrylamide levels in coffee are below references values set by the European Commission and are therefore not a concern.
In fact, Nespresso coffee is always below those levels. (source)
Nespresso pods contain plastic?
Nespresso capsules are made from aluminum – the best material to protect the freshness and quality of their coffee, which has the additional benefit of being recyclable.
Nespresso coffee increase cholesterol?
Diterpenes are fat-soluble compounds which are naturally present in the oil derived from coffee beans.
The diterpene compounds cafestol, and, to a lesser extent, kahweol, naturally found in coffee oil, which in unfiltered coffees, may induce an increase of cholesterol in your body.
As you can see,
There is also no evidence that
You also do NOT need to worry about the aluminum in the