Sunday, May 1, 2011

"Register" with Baby Foodie

Are you expecting a new baby but already have everything you need? Ask your guest to give the gift of good nutrition by purchasing you a Baby Foodie gift certificate. Our nutrition consulting, homemade foods and customized service is the new must-have for metro moms.

Saturday, April 2, 2011

Drab or Fab?

Is your baby’s food a drab green or a dismal orange? If so, your baby may be missing out on valuable nutrients and antioxidants. The nutritional value of fruits and vegetables is best represented by their color. Baby Foodie’s rainbow inspired menu with an array of fabulous colors ensures every bite is nutrient dense. Whether you are feeding for your baby or family, think vibrant color. Live FABULOUS!

Sunday, January 30, 2011

Purple Grain

Blueberries have been ranked number 1 in antioxidant benefit among fresh fruit and vegetables. We blended fresh blueberries with our whole grain oatmeal. The blueberries hue has tinted the oatmeal perfectly purple. Your baby will enjoy every bite of our purple grain.

Thursday, October 14, 2010

Need a baby gift idea?

Do you know someone having a baby? Give the gift of good nutrition with a Baby Foodie e-gift card. Our homemade foods and customized service is the new must-have for metro moms. Purchase one today.

I yam what I yam

Sweet potatoes are so nutrient dense that they should not just be saved for Thanksgiving dinner. This root vegetable is considered as an excellent source of vitamin A, a very good source of vitamin C and manganese, and a good source of copper, dietary fiber, vitamin B6, potassium and iron. Although, sweet potatoes are commonly called yams, sweet potatoes and yams are completely different. Whatever you prefer to call them,our sweet potatoes are a perfect first food to incorporate for a lifetime.

Sunday, September 26, 2010

Gone Bananas

We have "Gone Bananas" by packing a whole banana in every container. Bananas are a good source of vitamin C and an excellent source of potassium and vitamin B6. Our ripe bananas are perfectly roasted to highlight their natural sweetness. They are wholesome and pure enough to be baby foodie's first food.
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Sunday, September 19, 2010

Let's Tango, Mango

Mango is considered the universally popular tropical fruit. Although, it tends to be less popular in North America, it make a super healthy first food for babies. Mango is a good source of fiber and vitamin B6. It is also a very good source of vitamin A and C. The only ingredient in our "Let's Tango, Mango" is the season's ripest and most succulent mangos.