Plum Organics Baby Food

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Plum Organics Baby Food

When my own kids were babies (they are now nine and six), I made most of their baby food. Why? One of the reasons was the lack of variety in store bought baby food back then. If I wanted anything other than standard sweet potatoes, carrots, peas or pears, I had to make it myself.

After seeing the variety available from Plum Organics, I wish they had been available years ago. I would definitely have purchased them for my children. Plum Organics offerings include:

  • Fruit & Veggie Whole Grain Blends: The first-ever Stage 2 baby food pouch to contain recipes with a variety of ancient grains for baby'??s budding palate. All four varieties contain a delightful combination of organic fruit or fruit/veggies mixed with a hearty, whole grain for a boost of nutrition. Designed for all bellies and for palate development, three recipes include a gluten-free ancient grain like Quinoa, Millet or Amaranth. Available in Zucchini Banana & Amaranth, Apple Raisin & Quinoa, Sweet Potato Mango & Millet, and Plum Berry & Barley.
  • Yogurt Mish Mash: A yummy blend of fruits, veggies & creamy organic yogurt. Unique recipes in bright, natural colors make for a vibrant smoothie snack packed with nutrition. With Yogurt Mish Mash, tots can experience the benefits of real dairy, hearty vegetables, and naturally sweet fruit in their favorite squeezable Mish Mash pouch. A mess-free, no spoon solution, this not-to-be-missed yogurt snack comes in three delicious blends: Apple Spinach, Berry Banana Beet and Purple Roots & Fruits.
  • Teensy Fruits: Soft, real fruit snacks designed for the independent eater. Perfectly sized for tot, these teensy nibbles offer a full serving of fruit in every pack. A unique fun format, Teensy Fruits are available in three tot-friendly flavors like Peach, Apple, and Berry.

Plum Organics are available at retailers nationwide, including Target, Babies R Us and Whole Foods.

Momtrends was not paid for this post. We did receive samples to try. 

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