Quinoa Purée and Other Toddler Feeding Alternatives


NurturMe introduces brand new product lines for "stage-free" infant and toddler feeding.

NurturMe is innovating the infant and toddler category with a host of new infant and toddler foods based on whole-food, “stage-free” nutrition. NurturMeals are dry meal pouches that become purées when mixed with breast milk, formula, or water. Intended for those four months to four years old, the pouches are available in a variety of single and blended flavor options, including protein-packed quinoa; squash, bananas and green kale; carrots, raisins and sweet potatoes; and crunchy carrots. Marketed as a rice cereal alternative, the quinoa purée is described as the “first and only certified-organic pure quinoa meal” created for children.

Yum-a-Roo’s are dry toddler snacks made up of vegetable and fruit bites. Developed with a special drying process to preserve nutrients and freshness, each pouch contains 1.5 servings of fruits and/or vegetables that can be mixed with children’s baked goods, yogurts, and other foods. Yum-a-Roo’s are available in several options including Caribbean Crop (peas, banana, and pineapple), Happy Harvest (peas, sweet corn, and apple), and Bountiful Bites (banana, apple, and broccoli).

NurturMe’s new products are available at select Whole Foods, Kroger, Target, and Babies R Us stores.

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