Bare Inhibits bacteria growth

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Bare inhibits bacteria growth

By the time your baby is about to finish feeding, the milk may be spoiled already.

At room temperature, bacteria cells multiply by splitting and doubling their numbers every 20 to 30 minutes. This process, called oxidation or decomposition, causes vitamins and nutrients in milk to disintegrate over time. Baby backwash can also cause bacteria growth due to contamination. There are several ways to slow down bacteria growth in foods, like refrigeration (lower temperatures inhibit bacteria growth) and vacuum treatment. Vacuum Treatment is air-free or air-extracted storage of food in an air-tight container. In an air-free environment, bacteria is deprived of the oxygen it needs to multiply and grow. Hence, the growth of these micro-organisms is slowed and food stays fresher longer. Bare® air-free baby bottle maintains an air-free environment to prevent oxidation and contamination. The Air-plug® enables you to expel air from the Bare® bottle before feeding by simply pushing the Air-plug® from the bottom up until you see a drop of milk come out of the nipple. Bare’s Air-plug®> moves only upon baby’s suction, and doesn’t backslide, thereby helping to prevent contamination from baby’s saliva. Bare® air-free baby bottles inhibit bacteria-growth due to its air-tight properties, keeping milk fresher, healthier and more nutritious than vented baby bottles.

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