Yes, we do things differently!

May 08, 2019

Yes, we do things differently!

The Baby Pantry meals are unashamedly different because:

  • We make small batches – no mass production for our babies
  • Our meals are nutrient-dense (food that is high in nutrients but low in calories), so babies are satisfied with less
  • We cook in an MPI registered kitchen
  • We never add fruit to our savoury meals to make them more palatable for babies
  • We don’t heat treat our meals so that they last longer on supermarket shelves
  • We make real food for real babies using real organic veges
  • We freeze rather than heat treat our meals because frozen is next best to fresh
  • We use certified organic vegetables, herbs and spices so there’s no herbicides, pesticides, fertilisers, insecticides, anti-biotics or growth hormones in our wee meals


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