There’s no doubt that food delivery is convenient, but unfortunately many options aren’t the healthiest. If you’re looking for healthy ways to feed your baby or toddler while saving time, check out these three food delivery services. All of them provide organic, delicious options that are delivered right to your doorstep!
Little Spoon provides tasty and healthy meals for babies, toddlers, and older kids. Additionally, Little Spoon offers Boosters, which are powdered vitamin supplements designed to keep kids healthy and fill in any nutritional gaps they might have (perfect for picky eaters!) Once you sign up, you will be directed to fill out a short profile that asks questions about your child’s eating habits, likes/dislikes, and food allergies. From there, you can choose your meals and select the frequency you would like to receive them. Meals start at just $4.99 each and are delivered in recyclable packaging.
Yumi focuses on delivering organic, delicious food that is developmentally appropriate for babies and toddlers. Their meals are divided into stages, based on your baby’s age. Yumi also allows you to build a baby-led weaning plan for babies and toddlers to help them (and you!) with the transition to eating finger foods. Yumi’s meals are delivered weekly, and you can choose whether you want one meal per day ($4.30 per meal), two meals per day ($4.06 per meal), or 3 meals per day ($3.75 per meal). If you don’t use all your meals, not to worry! All Yumi meals can be frozen for up to two months.
Raised Real features a variety of baby and toddler meals with organic ingredients sourced from sustainable farms. Their products are organic, GMO-free, and do not contain any of the “Big 8” allergens. You can choose how many breakfast meals and “anytime meals” you would like to receive, then provide your little one’s favorite ingredients for a fully customized menu plan. You can also complete a short quiz to receive $15 off your first four boxes of meals! Like Yumi, Raised Real offers a baby-led weaning meal program, so be sure to check it out if you’re working on weaning your little one.