Baby and Kids Puree

Our Baby and Kids Puree selection is healthy, yummy and sustainably made. We want to change the way you eat one bite at a time. We support Thai local agriculture and Thai farmers, we empower them by paying a fair price. Let’s create a sustainable food system which is good for the farmers and the planet.
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Is Organic Baby Food Good For Babies?

Yes. Organic baby food is good for babies for the primary reason that it is made with ingredients that are grown without the use of synthetic fertilizers and pesticides. Organic baby food is also safe because it doesn’t contain artificial flavors, preservatives, or colors. Organic baby food is better than processed baby food because it is usually made with whole foods which are more nutrient dense. However, not all organic baby foods are created equal and there are some that still contain added sugars and other additives. It is therefore important read the labels on organic baby food carefully and only choose those that are free from any unnecessary additives.

At What Age Should You Stop Pureeing Your Baby?

Babies usually start to develop the ability to chew and swallow more textured foods around 6 to 9 months of age. When they are about 8 to 10 months, they are ready for chopped or mashed food, and by the time they are 12 months old, they are ready to eat regular table foods. You should endeavor to introduce new foods gradually and supervise your baby while eating to ensure that they don’t choke. In summary, babies are different and it is important to consult with a dietician or pediatrician for guidance.

How Many Times A Day Can You Puree Your Baby?

The recommended age to introduce solid foods to your baby is 6 months. After the age of 6 months, you can offer solid foods 1-2 times a day of course in addition to breast milk or formula. As the baby gets older and their digestive develops, you can gradually increase the variety as well as the frequency of solid foods. As regards purees, you are at liberty to offer them as many times in a day so long as your baby is interested in eating. You should always consult a dietician or pediatrician for guidance.