PET - polyethylene terephthalate. Number 1 - to designate belonging to the safety class and the complexity of waste processing. These numbers are needed when sorting plastic for its further processing. 1 - the safest and most easily recyclable plastic, this is usually used for packaging food products.
Polyethylene terephthalate, subject to the conditions of its operation (at temperatures from -40 ° C to + 60-70 ° C), has high mechanical strength and resistance to deformation. Considering that the packaging retains its safe properties only with a single use, it is not recommended to reuse such bottles for drinks or other liquid food products, especially those with a temperature above + 70 ° C (tea, coffee, etc.).
Dishes made of polyethylene terephthalate have a certain service life (no more than 12 months), during which, when stored in a dark place in the absence of sunlight, it does not adversely affect the taste and safety of the product.
Research shows that PET packaging used in Russia does not contain potentially harmful substances. http://www.hij.ru/read/issues/2015/may/5417/
P.S. And all products in contact with plastic are monitored for excess concentrations of harmful substances. If you buy a certified product that has been properly stored, then in theory you will not get any harm.
Yes, he can turn a boy into a girl. Polyethylene terephthalate (lavsan) contains a benzene nucleus, which is found in estrogens, but not in testosterone and other androgens.
Lavsan, 1, PET, polyethylene terephthalate will turn a boy into a girl.