Food-grade plastic is generally safe to use for storing and serving food and drink, as long as it is used and cared for properly. This means following the manufacturer's instructions for use and cleaning, and inspecting the container for any cracks or damage before each use.
However, it is important to note that all plastic has the potential to leach chemicals into its contents over time, especially if it is exposed to heat, sunlight, or other types of stress. It is therefore a good idea to avoid using plastic containers to store or serve extremely hot or acidic foods, as these can cause the plastic to break down more quickly and potentially leach chemicals into the contents.
In addition, it is a good idea to consider using containers made of other materials, such as glass or stainless steel, for storing or serving food, as these materials may be more durable and less prone to leaching chemicals