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Best of Baby Winner for Best Baby Food Subscription

Take the guesswork out of mealtime.
ByThe Bump Editors
Published
September 28, 2021
2021 Best of baby winner for food subscription
Image: Little Spoon
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And the Winner Is: Little Spoon

One of the hardest parts of adulting is deciding what to have every night for dinner—and now you have to feed baby too? Enter Little Spoon. The subscription-based food delivery takes the guesswork out of introducing solids by preparing a rotating menu of seasonal flavors and delivering it straight to your doorstep. Little Spoon uses a cold press method to help maintain the fresh properties of food, like vitamins, nutrients, color and texture. Each blend is certified organic and non-GMO project verified; plus, it’s made with baby’s nutritional needs in mind for every stage of development, from single ingredients to complex blends. It’s prepared in small batches and free of the big eight allergens (milk, eggs, fish, shellfish, tree nuts, peanuts, wheat and soy) so you can feel good about what’s in baby’s bowl. The food stays fresh for 14 days in the fridge or three months in the freezer because of its preparation, but we have no doubt that even the pickiest of eaters will devour these blends.

What We Love

• Choose from a rotating menu of 100+ flavors, all made in small batches, free of the big 8 allergens and certified organic

• A full ingredient list gives you complete transparency into each blend, plus helpful nutritional highlights and notes on texture to make the transition to solids simple

• Blends are delivered straight to your door in perfectly sized cups with little spoons (!) for easy meals at home or on the go

• Once your baby gets hooked on Little Spoon, they can graduate to toddler meals with the same quality and freshness

Buy it: Pricing Varies, LittleSpoon.com

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