US-based pharmaceutical grade containers distributor Kush Bottles has launched a new line of BPA-free child-resistant containers.
Claimed to the better choice for an easy, convenient and secure way to store medication safely, the new Kush Pop Bottles are child-resistant and airtight to guarantee that medications stay fresh and dry.
Constructed with medical grade plastic, the containers offer a safe, proven and approved method to meet the standards of child-resistant packaging. The bottles use FDA-approved material that is 100% recyclable and made in the US.
According to the company, child-resistant packaging, which is a key preventive supplement to proper parental storage of drugs and other potentially dangerous items, remains the standard of care for almost all oral medications and hazardous household products.
Kush Bottles chief operating officer Nicholas Kovacevich said child-resistant containers should be used by dispensaries to protect themselves from liability and protect children from accidental ingestion.
"Using child-resistant containers instead of cheaper alternatives or plastic bags is an obvious first step to protecting the public and gaining respectability," Kovacevich added.