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A few things to keep in mind

New eaters only need about 1 to 2 tablespoons of a food, so keep portions small.
Be on the lookout for allergies, especially when feeding your child foods that contain common allergens.

Common Allergens

  • Eggs
  • Wheat
  • Soy
  • Tree Nuts
  • Fish
  • Shellfish

Homemade range introduces high quality individual flavors, colors and taste. All vegetables and fruits are steamed and processed to the required texture.

Packaging and distribution

  • All products are sold frozen.
  • Could be kept frozen for up to 3 months.
  • Do not defrost in microwave – thaw properly.
  • Do not feed baby out of tub and refrigerate again – it is contaminated by the babies sputum.
  • Do not warm food in tubs – spoon out into bowl and then heat.
  • Once it is defrosted it can be refrigerated for 2 days.

Baby” cereal and soft cooked thinly pureed fruits and veggies should be baby’s first solid food experiences. Single ingredients only and with a interval of 4 days apart with introducing each new food. You may skip the cereal and begin with a fruit like apple or begin with a veggie like butternut squash or sweet potato.
Recognize foods that can cause gas. Onions, beans, wheat, dairy, and cruciferous vegetables can potentially make your baby uncomfortable. You may want to wait until your baby is a little older (8 to 10 months) to introduce these items.

Currently our menu has 3 stages & a Toddler range