Organic Baby and Toddler Meals Delivered to Your Door
Children, especially in the infant stage, grow and develop rapidly. From 4 months to 4 years, a child’s feeding gradually changes from transitional baby food to their family diet. The basic principle for achieving well-balanced, healthy eating is variety! With our expertise, we plan meals that optimize your child’s nutritional needs for each stage of their development to set them up for their healthiest life. This helps your child reach their maximum genetic potential.
Once you have placed your order, we shop for you. We purchase all organic, wholesome ingredients from trusted, ethical farms. Everything is organic, non-GMO, hand-selected and seasonally sourced. And perhaps the best part for busy parents: you can forget about the stress of waiting in grocery lines and carrying heavy shopping bags!
Our highly researched, safe cooking methods help retain the maximum vitamins in our meals. We steam, we stew, we bake, we purée, and we boil… BUT we NEVER fly our food! We prepare the dishes in small batches just hours before we sent them for delivery. We never cook with additives, colors, preservatives or any harmful stuff! Because wholesome, delicious food doesn’t need additives.
Our services deliver enough healthy food for the entire week so you can focus on parenting! We freeze the meals to lock all the vitamins and nutrients before packaging them in beautiful, eco-friendly BPA-free containers. We carefully pack them in a recyclable brown box together with our special cover, designed to make sure meals arrive safely to your home through our overnight delivery service.
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