Baby’s First Bite
Whether you’re starting solids or eager to expand your little one’s palate, our cold-pressed baby recipes are the perfect place to begin.
Strong Start for Baby
We help create confident eaters by offering a wide variety of organic fruits and veggies.
Our high pressure pasteurization (HPP) recipes are always organic and non-GMO.
Over 75+ ingredients from organic farms for optimal taste and nutrition.
Our Unique Ingredients
Kale - Vitamin A for eye development. Vitamin C for immunity.
Turmeric - Contains curcumin for immunity. Aids in palate development.
Mango - Vitamin A eye development. Vitamin B-6 for brain development.
Baby Feeding Tips
If at first, they don’t like it, try again! It can take a few exposures for babies to enjoy new flavors.
Let baby explore new flavors with a spoon. Pour some of the blend into a bowl, hand over the spoon and step back.
If cold isn’t quite working, warm it up. Simply use a bowl of warm water.
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Made with whole fruits and vegetables, our bowl recipes are also cold-pressed protected to lock in the nutrients, flavor and textures of every ingredient we use. This Once Upon a Farm product meets the federal requirements for the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children (WIC™) eligibility (7 CFR section 246.1). Please check eligibility of these products with your state agency / WIC™ program.
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Follow your baby’s cues. They typically show signs around 5-6 months of age. We follow the American Pediatric Association which recommends starting solids around 6months. As always, check with your pediatrician if you have any concerns.
Please read the ingredient statement carefully on the back of every product if you have any allergen concerns. Some of our blends contain coconut (coconut is a fruit but the FDA treats it as a tree nut as some people may have sensitivities or allergies). The facility we use processes tree nuts, egg, dairy, and soy. Care is taken to thoroughly clean all equipment in between each product to prevent the carryover of ingredients.
We always recommend checking with your baby’s pediatrician if you have any concerns about how much your baby is eating.